WordPress has updated its completely hosted version WordPress.com with one of the important features ever.
“A faster, more smooth way to create, share, and manage your content.”
This updated is being codenamed as “Calypso” WordPress Desktop App is Now Available for Download. This app is powered with the same technology that runs WordPress.com, creating a smooth experience for publishing blog’s and Browsing whether you are in a Web browser site (that is wordpress.com), a WordPress Mobile app, or WordPress Desktop App. Now everything is new with WordPress.
WordPress Desktop App is Now Available for Download
Use the WordPress Desktop App to get your Blog Post updated and Blog design. You can build sites from anywhere to get your best work done. You get same Features in Desktop app which appears to be on the web version, but with enough useful goodies, notifications.
- Multi-site Support: You can manage all of your WordPress sites and Jetpack-enabled sites in Desktop App. How useful it is depends on how you like to work — it’s not about advantages so much as it is about more options for how you work with your site.
- Access your draft Blog posts with one click so that you can update it whenever idea strikes.
- Real Time: When we make changes to one of our WordPress sites, and it is being displayed in real time. We don’t have to refresh a page to check blog post being updated or not.
- Blog Post Content is automatically being saved. It allows you to focus on writing and designing with free of abstraction.
- You can drag and drop photos, music files, document Files, and videos Files right into your post or page easily.
- Scheduling Blog post is a flurry and easy by using the revamped post calendar.
- It is available for self-hosted sites too. Just install the Jetpack WordPress plugin and activate Manage.
The new WordPress.com design is fast and fun to work with. The WordPress Desktop App is currently only for Mac System, but will be coming to other platforms soon. It is fun to work especially when you can easily manage all our websites (both WordPress.com or self-hosted ones) in one single place.
Go check it out if you haven’t already.