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You may not notice anything obviously different about this release, but expect a faster, more stable app. The proof is in the using!
Manage or create your WordPress blog or website right from your iOS device: view stats, moderate comments, create and edit posts and pages, and upload media. All you need is a WordPress.com blog or a self-hosted WordPress.org site running 4.0 or higher.
With WordPress for iOS, you have the power to publish in the palm of your hand. Draft a spontaneous haiku from the couch. Snap a photo on your lunch break for the week’s photo challenge at The Daily Post. Respond to your latest comments, or check your stats to see where today’s readers are coming from.
Don’t forget to tag your posts published from the app with #wponthego so the community can find your masterpieces on the move.
WordPress for iOS is an Open Source project, which means you, too, can help contribute to its development. Learn more at https://apps.wordpress.com/contribute/.
Need help with the app? Visit the forums at https://ios.forums.wordpress.org or tweet us @WordPressiOS.
WordPress Mobile Statistics
by Michele Nasoni
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WP Mobile statistics gives you the opportunity to check the information available from the WordPress.com Stats plugin from your iPhone/iPad or iPod Touch.
In one click you can view the statistics using very little bandwidth.
*** IMPORTANT: if you have any question, please visit the developer website. Do not write the questions in the review, because I have no way to answer them (and it bothers me to not answer). I am usually answer questions within 24 hours.
Please post here your comments
To use it, you need :
the wordpress api_key, read here to find out more http://en.support.wordpress.com/api-keys/
and the stats plugin
* Attention: WP use some kind of cache on the database this means that if your stats are not updated this is not imputable to the app.
** Finding blog_id is a bit tricky but you need it. Go to dashboard -> site stats page. Click on the title link “Referrers” or “Top Posts and Pages”. This will open a new page looking at the page’s url you will find a parameter called blog. The value of this parameter is the blog_id.