This is a test post to check how the WordPress app on my ipad works (or doesn’t).
Filed under Administrative posts
It worked … but I don’t like it much (the App for the iPad not your test post I mean!)
How it appears here, or do you just have the same app and not rate it much?
My laptop’s getting creaky. I’m trying to see how much I can do just with the ipad.
It appears here fine … no, it’s just that I have the same app (I presume there’s only one) and don’t like it much. Unless I just haven’t worked it out well enough. Don’t you have to use html coding for formatting, links? You certainly did when it was introduced … I use it so rarely because I don’t like it but these things do improve I know. I’d love to hear what you think when you start writing full posts.
I updated my laptop last year … still much prefer it but I don’t travel with it and that’s when I’ve mostly tried the app though last time we had our very old PC laptop we bought for travel so I alternated a little between the two.
Haven’t used it enough yet to be sure. I’ll write a post using it soon and see how it goes.
After hurting my back last year I’m trying to carry a lot less, hence the ipad preference in part.
I use my ipad and phone apps for short post a lot ,not done any longer posts on it yet ,all the best stu
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