Jetpack – Website Builder 17+

Supercharge your WordPress


    • 4.0 • 217 Ratings
    • Free



Jetpack for WordPress

Put the power of web publishing in your pocket. Jetpack is a website creator and so much more!


Give your big ideas a home on the web. Jetpack for iOS is a website builder and a blog maker powered by WordPress. Use it to create your website.
Pick the right look and feel from a wide selection of WordPress themes, then customize with photos, colors, and fonts so it’s uniquely you.
Built-in Quick Start tips guide you through the setup basics to set your new website up for success. (We’re not just a website creator — we’re your partner and cheering squad!)


Check your website’s stats in real time to keep track of the activity on your site.
Track which posts and pages get the most traffic over time by exploring daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly insights.
Use the traffic map to see which countries your visitors come from.


Get notifications about comments, likes, and new followers so you can see people reacting to your website as it happens.
Reply to new comments as they show up to keep the conversation flowing and acknowledge your readers.


Create updates, stories, photo essays announcements — anything! — with the editor.
Bring your posts and pages to life with photos and video from your camera and albums, or find the perfect image with the in-app collection of free-to-use pro photography.
Save ideas as drafts and come back to them when your muse returns, or schedule new posts for the future so your site is always fresh and engaging.
Add tags and categories to help new readers discover your posts, and watch your audience grow.


Restore your site from anywhere if something goes wrong.
Scan for threats and resolve them with a tap.
Keep tabs on site activity to see who changed what and when.


Jetpack is more than a blog maker — use it to connect with a community of writers in the Reader. Explore thousands of topics by tag, discover new authors and organizations, and follow the ones who pique your interest.
Hang on to the posts that fascinate you with the Save for later feature.


Set up automated sharing to tell your followers on social media when you publish a new post. Automatically cross-post to Facebook, Twitter, and more.
Add social sharing buttons to your posts so your visitors can share them with their network, and let your fans become your ambassadors.

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What’s New

Version 22.4

We added cards to your dashboard. The Activity Log card shows your three most recent activities, and the Pages card shows the last three pages you modified.

We also made some important changes in the block editor. To prevent an app crash, deleted and undefined reusable blocks can no longer be converted to regular blocks.

When you tap on a nested text block, you can immediately edit content in that block—no more tapping through every nesting level to get where you want to go. (Our fingers were getting tired, too.)

Speaking of reusable blocks—we updated the “editing not supported” message to remove the mention of WordPress. We know what app we’re using, we promise.

Finally, we fixed a bug where the app would crash if you tried to upload media to a classic block without giving WordPress access to your device’s media library. Instead, you’ll see a prompt asking for media access. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
217 Ratings

217 Ratings

yanacyanacyanac ,

So well designed

I love things that work and are aesthetically pleasing. This app is one of them. It’s so clean and well designed, easy to use, customizable. I don’t usually leave reviews but I love it so much I wanted to share! It made checking Stats for my blog so much easier.

Developer Response ,

We are so happy you love the app. Thank you very much for taking the time to let us know.

Hawkeye~ ,

Why not just stay a part of Wordpress?

I’m not sure why Jetpack felt the need to make an app independent of Wordpress and force Wordpress users to swap to a secondary app for things that are available within Wordpress and are tied directly to Wordpress. Jetpack exists within the Wordpress ecosystem, there’s no reason for it to exist independently. I use Jetpack for Wordpress site stats, why would I want Jetpack to be independent of Wordpress? I hate having to have two apps to run my sites, especially since I can’t seem to get into the Jetpack app with my Wordpress credentials. This whole thing makes zero sense and it might be time to find a new plug in to handle my stats on Wordpress. I’m sure there are others that know who and what made them what they are and aren’t trying to make the user experience unbearable.

pahndeepah ,

Website blogging is better

I have to agree with most people. I do not see all that much added to the app. And just like the other versions of the WP app—I think there were two or three—it is WAY EASIER to get all the functionality of blogging if you just do it online through a browser. I really don’t get what the deal is honestly. I pay to have a private domain and no ads. Sure would be nice to have an app that makes it easier to create on my iPhone when I want to do that.

I do see the new “Stories” function. At least it is new to me. And not really all that useful for my purposes.

Please quit acting like y’all created “the new thing” when the browser option is way better.

Developer Response ,

If you have any suggestions of features that you use within the browser that aren't present in the app, we'd love to hear them! That will help us better prioritize feature development going forward. You can contact us by email with your thoughts at

App Privacy

The developer, Automattic, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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