The WordPress for iOS block selection user interface is shown on the bottom half of the screen

A Brief Look at the WordPress for iOS App on the iPhone XR

Posted by Torque Mag on July 28, 2022 at 3:55 pm
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It has been a long time since I’ve used the WordPress for iOS app to create content. Today, I decided to take it for a spin to check out the block editor and to see if it has similar quirks to its desktop counterpart. Before launching the app, I didn’t look forward to the experience I was about to go through but I was pleasantly surprised. I started off by connecting the app to my WordPress.com account and writing a post using what I believe are the most common blocks, those being Paragraph, Quote, Image, List, Heading, and Video. While typing away at my phone’s keyboard like a rooster pecks corn kernels, the writing experience was better than I imagined. Adding new blocks is a button press away. I also noticed that there is a convenient search option above the blocks. WordPress for iOS Block Selection Interface Most of the blocks I used worked as expected with little trouble. The exception was the dreaded Quote block. I still have issues with it on the desktop version of the block editor and those issues continued in the mobile app. You can not paste two paragraphs of text into a Quote block…

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