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Manage your WordPress blog on your mobile phone

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WordPress is the official tool for the content management system focused on blog creation, WordPress. You can use it to manage all of your blog's details: create entries, moderate comments, edit the template, check out the stats...

You can do all of this thanks to its interface which has been especially designed to satisfy the needs of users with touch screen devices. This way, you can perfectly manage your blog using a mobile phone; although you'll get better results using any Android-based tablet.

The only interesting feature from the web application that isn’t included in this Android version is the one that automatically saves your entries. This is a problem because if your Android device unexpectedly turns off then you might lose all of the work you haven’t saved until then; this doesn’t happen when working from the browser.

WordPress is a fantastic blog management tool that should be installed on the devices of anyone who owns one of these sites. The number of features and the way they are presented makes it a tremendously useful tool.
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