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This is the first screen you see in the WordPress app.
It is very interesting, to me, that this app is Open Source. Sadly, the iPhone SDK NDA, I would imagine, means that while the source might be open it can't be shared (at least for now).
The process for adding a blog is simple and straightforward.
The Local Drafts folder is where you'll find drafts that you've written on your iPhone, but haven't posted yet.
You can add all the fields that you are used to adding on WP (unless you use custom fields, that is).
All these categories were pulled from a personal blog of mine.
You can decide when you want your post to be published, and if it requires a password to read.
You can add a photo from your Library or take a pic with with the camera, and add it to a post.
Thrilling, isn't it?
This is my favorite part of the WordPress app. It previews your post using your blog's template.
Hitting cancel in preview cancels you out of the whole post.
This post is in the process of being posted.
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