The current release of the software was issued before the current proliferation of Windows Mobile 6.1 devices, and as such entering text into the blog post requires the virtual keyboard to be opened and closed as there is no facility to scroll through the window with the keyboard active.
This is of course a bit of a let down, and could be forgiven if not for the absence of one other vital component.
Inexplicably, moBlog doesn’t support cut/paste. Any blogger wishing to compose their post in Mobile Word or copy something from their browser and into the blog are unfortunately unable to do this; moBlog has no Edit > Paste and no stylus menu. I find this a stunning omission, leaving the software useful only to those bloggers that often publish 100% of their own content and those that might be familiar with the iPhone.
One smaller gripe is the inability to set the date and time of the post. Often servers are situated in different timezones to the poster, and while this is an inconvenience easily overcome using a desktop blogging solution, posting via moBlog results in a few posts being marked as “Scheduled" in Wordpress.
Sadly, moBlog is no longer being developed, which means that these problems are unlikely to be resolved. However, these problems do not render the software completely unusable.