unwrapping
unwrapping:

Use Tumblr’s Sign up Page for Login:Like the web login, Tumblr’s new desktop app for Mac OS X Yosemite defaults to the sign up page if you have logged out. Sure, you can click the login button on the lower left, but why not save a step? Use the sign up page for your Tumblr login.
From the sign up form, enter your email and password. (Note that the Yosemite desktop app for Tumblr does not allow copy/paste for login.) Skip the username. Click the sign up button to log into Tumblr. This shortcut also works on the web login but not the iOS 8 mobile apps.

unwrapping:

Use Tumblr’s Sign up Page for Login:
Like the web login, Tumblr’s new desktop app for Mac OS X Yosemite defaults to the sign up page if you have logged out. Sure, you can click the login button on the lower left, but why not save a step? Use the sign up page for your Tumblr login.

From the sign up form, enter your email and password. (Note that the Yosemite desktop app for Tumblr does not allow copy/paste for login.) Skip the username. Click the sign up button to log into Tumblr. This shortcut also works on the web login but not the iOS 8 mobile apps.

staff
staff:

Apple just released a new Mac OS, and we made a Tumblr app especially for it. What’s the app do?
It lets you post to Tumblr from almost anywhere on your Mac. If a window has a share button, you can share the things in that window to Tumblr. Got a photo lying around on your desktop? Throw it right onto your blog with a couple of mouse clicks. 
It’s also a browser that goes to Tumblr and only to Tumblr. The rest of the internet? Don’t worry about it. You’re not missing anything.
That’s it. Nice, simple little app. Download it.
(And, hey, looks like some of you already made fan art for it.)


We did a thing.

staff:

Apple just released a new Mac OS, and we made a Tumblr app especially for it. What’s the app do?

  1. It lets you post to Tumblr from almost anywhere on your Mac. If a window has a share button, you can share the things in that window to Tumblr. Got a photo lying around on your desktop? Throw it right onto your blog with a couple of mouse clicks. 
  2. It’s also a browser that goes to Tumblr and only to Tumblr. The rest of the internet? Don’t worry about it. You’re not missing anything.

That’s it. Nice, simple little app. Download it.

(And, hey, looks like some of you already made fan art for it.)

We did a thing.