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WordPress for Android Beta 2.1 Adds Autosave Timer and the Ability to Edit Comments

by Mark Hearn | April 20, 2012April 20, 2012 6:00 pm PST

If you’re an Android user that happens to run a blog, odds are that you’re familiar with WordPress. The popular blogging software has released its latest beta build of its equally popular Android app. WordPress Beta 2.1 brings a surplus of features that the developers would like you to try out and share your thoughts on. So, if you’re up to the challenge, but would like to look before you leap, check out the changelog below.

  • Autosave timer while editing posts. Every 60 seconds the post will be autosaved.
  • Edit comments! You can edit comments while on the go now.
  • You can now set the width for linked images.
  • All new WordPress.com reader. Navigating posts is much faster and you can add comments to posts that you are reading. You can also share the post to other Android apps!
  • Small improvements to the UI, most notably that the delete post button has been moved to a less prominent spot to prevent accidental taps on it.
  • Reliability improvements
  • Translation updates

As with any software with the word “beta” in its name, you can expect to experience a hiccup or two, but if these new additions are to your liking and your device runs Android 2.1 or higher, you can grab a download from the source link below.

[via:WordPress]


Mark Hearn

Mark Hearn is a nerd's nerd if ever such a thing existed. Covering the mobile scene for several years, he also has a love for film, sports, gaming...

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