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Description

The Squarespace App gives you all the power of Squarespace at your fingertips.

• Create and publish content, make updates to your site settings, and access Squarespace’s award-winning customer support—all from the palm of your hand.
• Take action on the app whenever inspiration strikes by publishing blog posts, uploading images, and adding new pages.
• Edit with ease on the interface you already know and enjoy peace of mind knowing your work isn’t going anywhere. All edits made online are preserved on the app in the event you go offline.
• Create or edit content on mobile, and easily preview how great it will look on desktop.

**This app requires a Squarespace account.**

To contact Customer Care, visit support.squarespace.com.

What’s New

Version 1.2.1

This update resolves an issue with Folder collections not available in the collection creation menu for certain templates, as well as a number of small issues relating to content editing within Index Pages.

The previous update introduced the ability to create new collections on the go. In addition to editing existing collections, you can now add new Galleries, Blogs, Pages, Index Pages, Folders and Link collections directly from the app. Support for additional collection types is coming soon.

Other recently resolved issues:
* Newly added Gallery Blocks now render properly on pages
* Adding images through Quick Actions now automatically presents an image upload sheet
* Markdown editing in Code Block no longer displays an error message
* Other bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

OnlyDavid ,

Waaaay Better

It is so ironic that SquareSpace works so hard to make sure webpages display correctly on any size display: phones, tablets, or desktops, yet, editing SquareSpace webpages in anything less than a desktop device with mouse or trackpad doesn’t work. Forget about trying to maintain a webpage from your cellphone.

There have been a few SquareSpace iOS apps like “Blog”, but they were pretty rudimentary missing many features you depend upon. With this app, you can now create new pages, add entries and edit entries in events and blogs, and even rearrange your webpage and menu items.

You still need the SquareSpace “Commerce” and “Analytics” app to see how your webpage is doing. And there’s still no way to see donations. Or export donations and orders to a spreadsheet. But, now when someone calls me and says I need to change something immediately, I don’t have to rush back to a desktop computer to make that change.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review here. We plan to support more features in the future, so we appreciate your feedback on the app.

For any more questions or feedback, please reach out to us directly within the Squarespace App. To do so, tap the account icon in the bottom-right and then tap Help.

AaronCobra ,

Why?

I’m happy for those that enjoy this app, but for the life of me I don’t understand why Squarespace thought this was going to be a replacement for the discontinued Portfolio App. That app was beautiful and served a function for us photographers, designers and whomever else that needed to show their work offline. Whenever I do get a response about why they decided to do this, it’s the same copy and paste answer that makes no sense. Basically saying the portfolio app was discontinued because this new app allows you to edit your website, like that has absolutely nothing to do with why the app is gone. If this app didn’t exist, I could still edit my website on my desktop, no problem, but with the portfolio app now gone I have to create a whole new way of showing off my work to potential clients. If I didn’t pay for this service, I wouldn’t care. I would just move on.. but this is something lots of us used and need and a lot of us only used Squarespace for that functionality. I really don’t understand. I wish someone from Squarespace would actually answer this like a human and not cut and paste a generic answer that gives us no hope on if the app will return.

Shrugger in Cotati ,

Finally! I Can Edit My Website With My iPhone

I travel full-time, and the only reason that I’ve kept my Mac is that I couldn’t edit my Squarespace website on iOS. My Mac died last week, and I found this app while doing a hail-Mary search of the App Store in hopes of finding a way to move exclusively to iOS. And then I found THIS.

I expected a poor implementation that involved pick lists and being forced to drill down for features, but instead, the interface mostly works like the website. I drag blocks onto a blank page, just as with the website. Accessing photos is a bit more complicated, but that’s iOS’s fault, not Squarespace’s.

I don’t see an option to add different types of pages, such as a blog, and I hope that this functionality is coming soon. I suppose as a kludge I can duplicate my existing blog page to add another blog to my site, but that doesn’t help someone with an existing site who deleted a template’s blog page and wants to add it back.

Your app has inspired me to write my first review. Thank you, and I look forward to an iPad app.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review and feedback on iPad support.

We launched the Squarespace App on iPhone first to make this available as soon as it was ready. We do plan to support more features, including iPad, very soon. To learn more about this, please reach out to us directly within the Squarespace App. Tap the account icon in the bottom-right and then tap Help.

Information

Seller
Squarespace, Inc.
Size
135.2 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2019 Squarespace, Inc. • All Rights Reserved
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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