At Dec. 7, 2016 wordpress made significant improvement to their iOS app for iPad user in mind. It’s Told that “This is one for our iPad fans. We’ve been busy updating the app to make better use of screen space and we’re very please to reveal the new iPad layout for the My Sites tab, and for the Me tab. The other tabs need a bit more work before they are ready, but we just couldn’t wait to share.” At Dec. 7, 2016 update.
This Mar 24, 2017, wordpress release A New WordPress App Update, Designed for the iPad. They wrote “We’ve redesigned the iOS app to work even better for publishing right from your tablet.” At The WordPress.com 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!”
“We’re really excited about these improvements and hope iPad users of WordPress will be, too! We look forward to continuing to improve your WordPress experience, no matter what device you use.” Catehstnwrote.
WordPress iOS App Features
Post on the Go: Publish blog updates from any corner of the globe, like Get Found Locally Online, and explores the world with your iPad and a thirst for adventure Or draft posts from the palm of your hand.
Stats: Sneak a peek at your visitors and views on your morning commute. Track your most popular stories of the day on your lunch break. Discover where your readers come from, all around the world. Keep your finger on the pulse of your site.
Reader: Catch up with your favorite sites and join the conversation anywhere, any time — like Toronto street photographer Shane Francescut, who follows popular photography tags, browses new blog posts right in the Reader, and leaves likes and comments, all on his Android device.
Push Notifications: Keep up with your site’s activity, even when away from your desk. Check your notifications to keep conversations flowing with your followers. Engage with the community you’ve built — with just a touch on your screen.
Jetpack Integration: If you’re a self-hosted user with a Jetpack-powered site, like our website, you can publish posts and connect with readers from your device of choice. From notifications to sharing tools, you’ve got the entire WordPress community in your pocket.