In the last two days, we have seen a huge number of apps being ported for the iPad OS, supporting and taking advantage of its large screen space.
Next app to come is, the WordPress app for iPhone OS 2.4, which can also be called as the first release of WordPress for iPad 1.0.
The latest update to the WordPress 2 for iPhone app has been approved by Apple and is now available in the iTunes App Store for download.
WordPress for BlackBerry 1.0 download just released and is now available for everyone to try. This is the second WordPress mobile app release this week after the WordPress for Android app.
The BlackBerry version of WordPress had been in beta testing for the past few months. The final version brings support for VideoPress, speed enhancements and improved comments.
WordPress for Android just released in the Android Market. We knew WordPress was working on an Android version of their mobile blogging app after the iPhone and BlackBerry version.
Android version of WordPress was finally released today and is now available in the Android Market.
WordPress 2 for iPhone is now available for download in the App Store. You can now grab it from the App Store and experience blogging in WordPress with lots of new features in WordPress 2.
This app is a completely new app and the previous WordPress for iPhone won’t upgrade to WordPress 2.
All Twitter users upload photos and for that, they use image hosting services like TwitPic, MobyPicture etc.
If you have a self-hosted WordPress blog and use Twitter a lot, you can turn your blog into an image host for your tweets and in return, get traffic on your blog.
WordPress is the largest and the most popular blogging platform available which is available for free and is being used by millions of bloggers, including governments, huge corporations etc. around the world.
Recently, many WordPress websites have been getting hacked and now it has been confirmed by a WordPress developer himself that older versions of WordPress are under attack.
WordPress has always been a community that truely lives on user-feedback and have been very active in solving out bugs and issues.
There were several bugs that were over-looked earlier when WordPress 2.8.1 was released, but the WP community got into the depth and have found those holes now.
WordPress is working hard to reach out all those bloggers who are on the move and like to blog from their cell phones. First, they came out with a WordPress app for iPhone and now they have inched towards BlackBerry users.
Personally, I think they should have come with an Android or Symbian version first. Symbian already has a third-party blogging app for WordPress which is being used by many.