WorldPress bloggers with iPhones can now publish photos direct from Camera+

Hello WorldPress Bloggers, do you own an iOS device?  There is great news for you! Now you can publish photos to your blog directly from popular iOS photo app Camera+ 3.0.

WorldPress is free and popular web software which is used to create a website or blog which has been downloaded for more than 65 million times. It was launched in 2003 by developer Matt Mullenweg and now it is used by millions of individuals, businesses and organizations around the world. It is a fully customizable website! Today, bloggers are able to post great photos directly through the WordPress iOS app.

Bloggers need to have the latest versions of WorldPress  iOS (2.9.5. or higher) and Camera+3.0 app to enjoy writing photo blogs. It’s very easy and simple to use this new feature. According to WordPress:

Posting a photo from the Camera+ Lightbox is dead easy. Tap “Add Photo from Camera+,” and your phone switches to the Camera+ app – select a photo to load it into the WordPress app. Add a Title and a Description (both optional), and boom! You’re done.

Using Camera+ to snap your photo is just as easy. Tap “Take Photo with Camera+” to switch to the Camera+ app’s camera. Make a “meow” sound to locate your cat, add effects, borders, and crop your photo. When you’re done, just press “Use” and your photo is imported into the WordPress app where you can add details if you want.

WordPress is definitely trying to be ahead of the market as the amounts of photography from iPhones are increasing. The integration with Camera+ is a great integration.  According to Isaac Keyet, more features will coming soon like a gallery post, so lets wait!

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