Posts Tagged ‘Releases’

Version 1.3.8: Post Status & Bug Fixes

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

WordPress for Android 1.3.8 has been released to Android Market. We squashed some bugs that we received from Android Market reports as well as added a new feature! Here’s what’s new:

Set Post Status

We had one of those “Should have added that a long time ago” moments when we discovered that you couldn’t set the post or page status from the app. Now when you are creating or editing content, you can choose the post status (Draft, Pending Review, Private or Publish).

Oodles of Bug Fixes

We had a look at some of the error reports we get from Android Market and took care of many of the issues that were causing the app to force close:

  • Fixed crash when adding media on Dell Streak
  • Fixed crash when attempting to add a self-hosted site with an invalid blog URL
  • Fixed local db problem when upgrading from a 1.0.x or 1.1.x version
  • Updated Polish translation strings
  • Fixed crash when trying to add a second blog from a account or WordPress multi-user install
  • Fixed no-name blogs from showing as blank in the multi-user blog selection screen
  • Comments Loading progress bar no longer hangs

Visit Android Market to download the update, or scan the code:

Add Shared Text and Images to WordPress for Android

Monday, April 5th, 2010

This morning WordPress for Android 1.1.3 was released to Android Market. You can now add text and images from other Android apps via the Share menu to a new WordPress post. (more…)

WordPress for Android 1.1 Released

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

WordPress for Android version 1.1 is now available in Android Market! This release adds a lot of great new features and improvements to the User Interface. Here’s the scoop on what’s new:

User Interface Updates

The home view of your blogs has been updated with a new design including support for Blavatars for your blog:

The comments view UI has been tweaked, including rounded corners around the Gravatars:

The Posts and Pages tabs have also been tweaked for easier readability.


You can now take a picture and add it to your post directly from WordPress for Android. Just select ‘Add’ on the new/edit post views and then ‘Take a new photo’:

Full size image upload is also now available. Select ‘Upload and link to full image’ in your blog settings to link your image thumbnail to the full size image in your post.

Comment Moderation Improvements

A new comment view has been added that provides more information about the commentor and has moderation options at the bottom:

We’ve also added more options for comment notifications. You can now select if you’d like the device to play a sound, blink the notification light or vibrate upon receiving a new comment. These settings can be found by selecting Menu -> Notification Settings when on the main blog view.

Category Improvements

You can now select multiple categories at once when adding or editing a post. You can also select the ‘plus’ button and add a new category to your blog (big thanks to Wolfgang for contributing to this!):


WordPress for Android has been localized for the following languages in version 1.1 (in addition to English):

  • German
  • French
  • Finnish
  • Indonesian
  • Slovak

A big thanks to all of the translators from the community that have contributed at

Contact Us & Get Involved

If you have any questions or comments on this release you can find us in the forums. Want to get help develop the next release of WordPress for Android? Visit our developer blog to get involved.

WordPress for Android 1.0 Release

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

We’re pleased to announce that WordPress for Android is now available in the Android Market. The initial release has focused on giving you the ability to manage your blog while on the go.

Features include the ability to:

  • Configure and manage multiple blogs
  • Comment moderation including the ability to reply to comments
  • Create and Edit Posts including categories, tags and photos
  • Create and Edit Pages
  • Get notified of new comments in the Android notification bar

Here is a brief video showing the app in action:

Users of the popular wpToGo app for Android will feel right at home in WordPress for Android 1.0, as the source from wpToGo has been used as the foundation for the WordPress app. wpToGo will be discontinued as all development efforts move forward with the Open Source WordPress for Android app. If you are interested in contributing to the development efforts, please visit our dev site at

So grab the new app by visiting the download page and if you have questions or issues visit the forums to get help or suggest new features.