Automattic releases tablet-friendly WordPress 2.0 for Android
Automattic, developers of the official WordPress application for Android, have released a brand new 2.0 version of the blogging utility. Arriving in the Android Market yesterday, the new client is gorgeous, enhanced, and optimized for tablets. We’ve waited a long time for something along these lines and we’re already pleased with our early experiences.
Among the changes in WordPress 2.0 for Android are a refreshed UI, a welcome screen, improved post editing capabilities, and image editing. If you’ve got a WordPress blog and an Android device then you’ll be wise to check out the new app!
WordPress for Android 2.0 is now available in the Android Market for devices running 2.1 and higher.
- improved post editor
- image editing
- new dashboard
- comment count ribbon
- stats improvements
- now optimized for iPad and tablets
- background post uploading
- Post Status is now displayed in post list
- Reliability improvements and more!
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