A major update with version number 19.3 is now available for download in the iTunes App Store for the official WordPress app for iOS of the content management system of the same name from Automattic. The update contains a number of new features, fixes, stability and performance improvements and will be distributed automatically in the next few days. Notifications and comments now also support animated favorite files. As always, the overview of the release notes provides a complete overview of the new features. It also comes with the usual bug fixes and improvements to make the app more reliable. The update with version number 19.3 requires a device with iOS 13.0 or higher and can now be downloaded from the iTunes App Store. More information about this update can be found below or in the iTunes App Store.
Download -> Download the WordPress App for iOS in the iTunes App Store
Version 19.3 of WordPress can now be downloaded from the iTunes App Store:
Version 19.3 includes the following new features and improvements:
- Dust off your GIF collection – notifications and comments now also support your favorite animated files! (Unfortunately, the question of the correct pronunciation – “gif” or “jif” – was not clarified in this update.)
- We fixed the flickering effect in preview mode when switching between different screen sizes and orientations.
- Now when you add a new card to Insights on the stats screen, the screen will scroll down to reveal your brand new card.
- With the “Copy link” button above the trash button, you can now also copy links to published, planned and saved as draft posts and pages. You will like this for sure.
- You’ll also see an error message if there’s a problem uploading media that’s not related to the internet connection. This is way better than the infinitely loading progress bar you’ve seen before.
WordPress App for iOS -> Description via iTunes App Store
Manage your WordPress blog or website from your iPhone or iPad on the go: view your stats, moderate comments, create and edit posts and pages, and upload media. All you need is a blog at WordPress.com or a self-hosted WordPress website running version 4.0 or higher. With WordPress for iOS, publishing content is right in your hands.