Version 1.1 and Beyond

First of all, thanks for all the feedback people have sent in — we really appreciate it.

Our first priority is to fix all the bugs, and once the app is stable and bug-free start looking at adding new features.  Here are a few notes about the bug fixes, source code, getting involved, roadmap, and when to expect an update.


We’ve identified two bugs which are now being fixed:

  1. Certain multi-byte characters (ex: Æ, Ø, Å ) cause the app to crash and make it impossible to add a blog
  2. The way the app creates theme previews is interfering with a plugin which causes a one-time blank post to be published to Twitter and possibly to 3rd party RSS services

Source Code

The source code is now available via SVN.  You can browse at or point your SVN client to the latest trunk  The 1.0 release is what’s in the Apple iTunes store right now,,  and “trunk” will be where you’ll find the latest development build.  If you’ve never heard of SVN, a good place to start is on

Getting involved

Lots of you have contacted us wanting to get involved in this project.  The best way to is go through trac and participate in defining new features, identifying and squashing bugs, and contributing code.  The login system uses the registration.  Make sure to download the free SDK so you can run the latest build in the iPhone simulator.


The 1.1 release will focus on fixing bugs, and 1.2 will begin assessing adding of new features such as landscape mode, page support and further down the road, comment moderation.  You can track the discussion and the development status here:

Next Update

We are testing a build right now that fixes the two main bugs, and will push out that update in a few short days.  You can test the latest build via SVN and by downloading the SDK from and running the iPhone simulator.  Once that update is live in the iTunes App store we’ll post an announcement here.

And please be sure to read the FAQ which we update regularly, and check out the list of current known issues.


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  1. Love the work you guys are doing on this and it is much appreciated, but… a blog tool without the ability to link anywhere is pretty much useless as anything other than a personal note pad. Your first priority with this tool (bugs, landscape mode, template preview, etc. be damned) should be giving the tool the ability to post LINKS, the lifeblood of the blog world.

  2. Hi

    You’ve made WordPress for iPhone, how about us Blackberry users out there? There are millions of us, many on WordPress…can we have a WordPress for Blackberry please?

  3. This app is really great. It is going to free me from the tyranny of Flickr. I can ‘t wait for landscape mode, which should make typing easier. Now, if only Apple had a spell check (and copy/paste). 😉

  4. I really like this application, but one of the features i’d really like to see is the ability to edit draft posts that are not local. I find that I edit draft posts more often than actual posts.

  5. I just want to say thank you very much for releasing this code. As an iPhone developer myself, being able to peek into another (well built) app’s source code is absolutely invaluable.

    Thanks for sharing!

    And yes without a doubt; “CODE IS POETRY”.


  6. I would like a visual indicator (icon, color, etc.) of the status of a post when looking at the list of posts for a blog. This information is available when clicking on the post, but it would be good for me to be able to quickly find the Draft posts amongst the Published ones.

  7. A really great application. Cut and paste is the must have for me. I didn’t realize how much I used it until I got my iPhone. Being able to type widescreen also makes the whole thing a lot more practical to use.

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