A new version of WordPress for Android has been released on Google Play, bringing several tweaks, improvements, and bug fixes to the mobile blogging app. WordPress is the most widely used blogging platform in the world (WP powers Android Authority too), so we’re sure the new update will please a lot of people, from high profile journalists to blogging moms.
WordPress for Android v. 2.1 comes with an autosave timer, so you can edit posts on the go and know that your work is safe. The autosave feature will spare you from the agony of having to rewrite a post if the app somehow freezes or closes mid-writing. Posts will be autosaved by default every 60 [...]
Bloggers everywhere rejoiced when they no longer had to be chained to their laptops and their desktops. Now able to blog directly from Android mobile devices, like phones and tablets, bloggers can capture their day-to-day life and update things as they happen.
With the number of blogging apps on the Android Marketplace, it’s difficult to choose which ones you should go with. To help narrow your options, we present our top picks for the 6 best blogging apps for Android phones and tablets.Tumblr
Tumblr is a microblogging platform which allows users to post text, images, video links, and quotes to their tumblelog. It also allows users to follow other [...]
The biggest and most used blogging platform available right now is WordPress, and having apps for our mobile devices to be able to approve comments, write/edit posts and much more is pretty essential to the success of any small, personal, or even major blog.
WordPress for Android 2.0 has brought a ton slew of new features for us to utilize including:New UI; Action Bar and Dashboard New Post Editor Tablet Support Stats chart improvements Background post uploading WordPress.com Read feature improvements Post Status is now displayed in post list. Reliability improvements and more!
You can watch the video, below, of all the [...]
Bloggers that use WordPress to power their blogs can now easily create posts, manage pages, and administer the comments on their blog while on the go with the official WordPress app from Automattic. The WordPress app made its debut in the App store today and is compatible with WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress 2.7 or greater blogs. We wrote most of this post with it and, though, it is not as full-featured as the web interface, it works well in a pinch. Interested parties can download it for free through the Android Market with the QR code after the break for those that just love scanning.
Bloggers rejoice! There may be an official WordPress app in the works for Android devices. The Blog Herald has discovered that WordPress has created a blog subdomain at android.wordpress.org. If this is any indication of foreshadowing then let it be known that they did the same thing when creating apps for the iPhone and BlackBerry. Speculation has it that the app will launch around the Nexus One hoopla around January 5th so be on the lookout. Right now this is only a strong rumor but as soon as we have more information or details we will let you know.
[via The Blog Herald]