After three months of development, WordPress for iOS 2.7 is now available in the App Store. This version fixes over 100 bugs, which means better performance and fewer crashes. Reliability Updates The main focus of this release is to improve the app’s performance and reliability. The app has been moved to Core Data, which is […]
We’ve been hard at work improving the WordPress for iPhone app based on all the great feedback we’ve received from the WordPress community. Based on this feedback, and along with a few bug fixes and performance enhancements, we are introducing a host of new functionality in the forthcoming 1.2 release.
102,208 to be exact. That’s the number of people worldwide who have installed the WordPress for iPhone App in the month of August and the last week in July–very impressive! These numbers, supplied by Apple, do not count updates for people who upgraded from 1.0 to 1.1.
Version 1.1 is now available in the Apple App store. This version includes several performance improvements and bug fixes.
First of all, thanks for all the feedback people have sent in — we really appreciate it. Our first priority is to fix all the bugs, and once the app is stable and bug-free start looking at adding new features. Here are a few notes about the bug fixes, source code, getting involved, roadmap, and […]
We’re live! WordPress for iPhone just launched on the App Store. Download it now and get to blogging. We’ll have more information about the project and how you can contribute soon.
Just a quick update that we’ve successfully uploaded the app to the iTunes Store, and the status message “In Review” indicates that the Apple team is conducting their testing procedures. We have not been provided with an ETA — so it could get approved at any time.
The WordPress for iPhone App is nearly ready to go. It supports WordPress.com blogs as well as self-hosted WordPress.org blogs running version 2.5.1 or newer. While we wait, check out a brief video showing the App in action.
While we continue to work on ironing out the remaining wrinkles, we thought we’d share a few bits of what’s to come in WordPress for iPhone. When the app launches, we’ll hit the ground running with support for multiple blogs, creating and editing posts, uploading photos from your library or the camera, even privacy settings. And that’s just what we’re starting with…