Manage or create your WordPress blog or website right from your iOS device: create and edit posts and pages, upload your favourite photos and videos, view stats and reply to comments.
With WordPress for iOS, you have the power to publish in the palm of your hand. Draft a spontaneous haiku from the couch. Snap and post a photo on your lunch break. Respond to your latest comments, or check your stats to see what new countries today’s visitors are coming from.
WordPress for iOS is an Open Source project, which means you too can contribute to its development. Learn more at https://apps.wordpress.com/contribute/.
WordPress for iOS supports WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress.org sites running WordPress 4.0 or higher.
Need help with the app? Visit the forums at https://ios.forums.wordpress.org/ or tweet us @WordPressiOS.
View the Privacy Notice for California Users at https://automattic.com/privacy/#california-consumer-privacy-act-ccpa.
WordPress has entered the chat—you’ll now see a “Follow Conversation” tooltip prompting you to follow a post and get notifications about new comments.
We made some improvements to the selection screen where you choose your site design during the Site Creation process.
Finally, we squashed a bug that affected notification scrolling when your phone is in landscape mode. Scroll away, friend.
Ratings and Reviews
Free to post and design your blog.
It’s not all bad
It’s main pain point is it doesn’t show any of my plugins which makes the app fairly useless to me.
I can’t use elementor to edit my site, so I can’t edit it at all.
If you’re just using it for blogging, it should be 80% of what I would want.
I’m not blogging and want to manage my plugins, so the app is fairly useless to me.
1. Site Switcher sometimes fails. An iOS Shortcut where WordPress Site A is set to open eventually leads to the editor of Site B (which you opened last time). Although Site Switcher displays Site A, when you click the Add Post button, what comes up may not be the editor of Site A but that of the site you last added a post to. You have to manually select the right site again in My Site. 2. The Site Switcher doesn’t display favicons if you just put a favicon.ico file in the main directory. It only recognizes the favicon you set up through theme customization. When you upload a favicon through Site Switcher, PNGs lose transparent backgrounds. 3. Removing Classic Editor is a bad idea. HTML Mode with Syntax Highlighting is a must for many WordPress users. I myself rely on HTML Mode 90% of my blogging time. 4. Post Settings should be enriched. Some plug-ins, such as Limit Modified Date, cannot display under post settings. Custom Fields are not supported in the app, either. So 50% of the time I still need to log in to Dashboard in the web app.
Developer Response ,
Hi there! We would be happy to go over these issues with you. Could you please go to "My Site", tap on your profile icon, "Help & Support", and tap "Contact Support" to get in touch with our support team. You can also email us at email@example.com. We'll be happy to troubleshoot any issues and answer any questions.
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