There is a call for testing for the WordPress mobile app (7.0 beta) for iOS. Some nice enhancements here: navigation arrows for notifications, adding and editing post excerpts directly from the app (a big one), better RTL support, and few more bells and whistles.
Here’s an older post about the history of WordPress APIs from Automattic’s mobile apps development team that you may not have seen before. (New to me.) It explains the technical background of the current entanglements of .org, .com, and Jetpack: Why don’t we support a single API in our apps? Wouldn’t that make our lives…
WordPress 6.1 rolls out on November 1. Help test 6.1 Release Candidate 3 — and the Rollback feature plugin. Be sure to look over the 6.1 DevNotes, Field Guides, and Team Updates.
There’s a really interesting write up comparing the success of Microsoft in the Windows-dominant era versus Apple in the mobile era called The Funnel Framework. It’s really on point at the moment, and also mentions some other examples you’ll recognise. I also was inclined to draw links with WordPress’ current progress and increasing marketshare (now…
Matt Medeiros, Joe Howard, Birgit Pauli-Haack, and Sarah Gooding discuss the WordPress news space with David Bisset and Dan Knauss.
AppCommunity allows AppPresser customers to create a social mobile app for their WordPress website. AppCommunity users can post activity updates, photos, create friendships, send private messages, join groups, etc. It works with BuddyPress using the WP-API to sync your website with the app.