- Supports and self-hosted WordPress blogs
- Manage multiple WordPress blogs all in one app, even with different user accounts
- Offline or airplane mode – save content locally if you don’t have an internet connection to stop you losing work
- One-click sync to upload all your changes when you go back online
- WYSIWYG editing: style your posts with a touch of a button. No coding required!
- AutoSaving of Posts and Pages – never lose your work because of unforeseen issues
- Conflict Management – never unwillingly overwrite your work (or that of others) when working on a multi-user blog or when changes are made from different devices
- Write and edit raw html – although with a WYSIWYG editor
- Easily find that post or media item you’re looking for with the search and filtering options
- Check, manage and reply to blog comments on the go
- Easily add images from your iPad, a url or your WordPress media library
There are several You Tube videos that help explain how to use the app. One of the neat features is the ability to add images from the camera or a Dropbox folder. You can even visit a website and copy an image to your camera roll and then upload it into your media library.
The app has not been updated since last summer; however, it seems to work fine on the latest iPad Pro running iOS 9.
This entire post was written completely using Blog Pad Pro.