A New WordPress App Update, Designed for the iPad

This is definitely welcome news! I’ve had the WordPress app on both iPhone and iPad yet I honestly haven’t really used it. If I wanted to write, I still go back to my desktop pr laptop because something doesn’t feel right.

I’ve always wished blogging through these apps would eventually become second nature to me in the same way I’ve hoped email blogging would in 2008.

And yet with all the apps available, I still feel like the user experience remains better on the desktop/laptop.

So, with this change/update on the WordPress iPad app, I just might give it another shot and I hope this time it clicks for me because I know for sure that it will make me blog more often and that’s something I need to do ASAP.

The Blog

Over the past few months we’ve been working to dramatically improve users’ experience on iPad — and we’re proud to share those with you now, in our WordPress app for iOS, available in the iTunes Store.


The apps were originally designed with only iPhones in mind, so we wanted to make better use of the space available on the iPad and especially iPad Pro, to maximize your productivity in the app. These changes shipped incrementally, with the very final ones being included in the 7.1 release that went out last week.

We’ve improved the My Sites management to make it easier to handle multiple sites on iPad. Now you can see the posts from that blog alongside the list of blogs, and site management is now all on one screen – no more back and forth!


Managing profiles follows the same pattern.


Notifications has been overhauled, too.


We’re really…

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