There are millions of apps available on the Google Play Store for Android, however, users have been missing a decent blogging tool. Bloggers wanted a decent blogging tool supporting WordPress for their Android devices. WordPress has been around for some time now and is one of the most popular blogging tools. A fully working and stable version of WordPress is now available for the Android OS. This tool is perfect for users who want to take their blogging onto their mobile phones. Tablets and Android smartphones with QWERTY keyboards are quite good for blogging.
WordPress was available for Android for some time, however, it was in the beta stages with several bugs. The latest version of WordPress is very stable and usable. There are also several new features and add-ons in the latest update.
Post Scheduling is one of the newest features for the Android OS and is very handy. This, basically, means that you can set a future date and time for when you want to publish the post. Once you schedule a time for the post, it will automatically get published by the app.
A new security add-on is Post-Password. Users would feel unsafe while blogging using their mobile phones and the post password features makes sure that your blogging is secure. Whenever you need to publish a new post, the app will ask for a password, meaning no one else will be able to publish anything from the app.
The app also supports HTTP authentication support for blogs and sites which are protected by usernames and passwords. With the authentication support, you can easily manage the site by using your authentication authority in the settings menu.
WordPress is definitely a must-have app for bloggers who use WordPress in order to manage their blogs and websites. Also, the app has no limitations and you have access to all the default WordPress tools while you are on the go. The application can be downloaded using this link.
Ngan Tengyuen says
maybe for tablets with large screens, definitely not on a smartphone, unless you’re replying to comments
Works well on phones with full qwerty keyboards