WordPress for the iPhone & iPod Touch

WordPress for the iPhone & iPod Touch

Blogging just got better on the iPhone with WordPress for iPhone App at the iTunes Store. Or so I thought. Automattic has launched an iPhone App for WordPress.

It’s free and works with any version of iPhone or iPod Touch (as long as you have the version 2.0 of the iPhone software).



It’s not yet fully functional as one would expect when using WP. Items missing are adding links or remotely hosted images and using the usual paragraph formatting features. This App is more useful for editing entries rather than creating new ones.

Grab the App here {via}.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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7 Responses

  1. Lyle, RN says:

    Nice, this is a must have for bloggers who have a wordpress-based blog.

    Too bad I’m still on blogger. Now, I’m green with envy.

  2. Jan Alvin says:

    @Lyle, RN – if want to switch to wordpress just contact me, I can help you with that.

    Too Bad I don’t have an iPhone & iTouch. wala kasing pera…

  3. The RITZ says:

    that’s very well suited for people who frequently travels

  4. The iPhone industry is now a multi-billion industry. I’m sure the millions of users of the world will always need more information, developments and news iPhone apps. The current development is amazing and more and more iPhone developers from all over the world also enjoy their creations because of the great potential to sell to the billions of users around the world.

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