Editing a Blog From The iPhone

A few days ago, I did a review of a pocket-sized braille display. Then I thought, what if I could actually write a blog with the darn thing by using my iPhone. Well, it seems that there are like-minded folk out there who are endevering to do the exact same thing, minus the braille display of course.
So, I do a search in the App Store for anything to do with WordPress. Low and behold , the first app I find is exactly what I want; and a bit more. Not only does it let you create new blog posts, but you can also check out all the other blogs that you follow on your wordpress accout. All of the functionality of the app is fully accessible. I haven’t found any stumbling blocks as of yet. Hook this onto the markdown writing features and you’ve got a pocket-sized blog reading and writing power-house.

Well, I’ll keep this one short, as I am simply testing to see if the posting function will work. I will be posting much more including what markdown is in my next few blogs. Meanwhile set yourself a WordPress.com account and we’ll start from there in my next exciting blog entry.

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About mcourcel

I work within the Information Technology industry. More precisely, within the accessibility field. Oddly enough, I'm trying out WordPress to evaluate its ease of use and just to tinker with various topics of my choosing.
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1 Response to Editing a Blog From The iPhone

  1. Lynette says:

    I have the WordPress app on my phone for a few years, and while it’s always been very accessible, it’s definitely become more robust within the last six months or so.

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