All WordPress bloggers are fully aware of the fact that there are people who use the WordPress Mobile App to create and publish blog posts.
I have experimented with the WordPress Mobile App in the past (I wanted to know if there were any improvements made to the WordPress Mobile App).
Today, I am still experimenting with the WordPress Mobile App (I will tell you more about that later in this blog post).
Truthfully, the WordPress Mobile App has come a long way (It is better than the previous iterations).
Despite the WordPress Mobile App being okay, I will never stop blogging via my laptop computer (My laptop computer is the most appropriate tool for blogging).
Blogging might be most appropriate for you on a smartphone or a tablet computer (If that is your case, I am happy for you and I have nothing against you for using the WordPress Mobile App).
After all, the WordPress Mobile App was designed to be used on mobile devices.
Also, there are legitimate reasons for using the WordPress Mobile App for blogging.
Not Everyone Is Fortunate Enough To Own A Computer
People who do not own a computer will have to:
- Borrow a computer from a friend or a relative.
- Pay to use a computer at an internet cafe.
- Use a smartphone or a tablet.
In most instances, a person who does not own a computer will use the WordPress Mobile App on their mobile device.
On a positive note, the WordPress Mobile App has allowed that person to get their quota of blogging done.
There Are Those Who Prefer To Use The WordPress Mobile App
In the same way that I prefer using a laptop computer to blog, there are those who prefer to use their smartphone to blog.
The funny thing is that some of those people who prefer using the WordPress Mobile App own a laptop computer or a desktop computer (I am unable to wrap my mind around their reasoning for not using those devices with larger screens to blog on and substituting them for a handheld device with a smaller screen).
My educated guess is that those people who prefer to use the WordPress Mobile App own high-end smartphones and that they are probably way more powerful than their desktop counterparts.
There Are Those Who Only Use The WordPress Mobile App To Create Drafts
Yes, my friend. It is true about people using the WordPress Mobile App to create drafts.
People who are on the go and have their smartphones with them would use the WordPress Mobile App to jot down drafts (They might as well create those drafts of theirs when inspiration strikes).
When they are finally home, they will refine the draft copy of their blog post on their laptop computer or their desktop computer.
These people do not use their smartphones for publishing blog posts on WordPress (They have laptop computers and desktop computers for that).
There Are Those Who Use It For Experimental Purposes
I have been experimenting with the WordPress Mobile App for quite a long time.
As a matter of fact, I am one of the Beta testers for the WordPress Mobile App.
The Beta versions have minor feature improvements as well as bugs in them.
Users of the Beta version of the WordPress Mobile App are expected to report any bugs that they find and to tell the developers what they think about it (I requested the drop cap functionality; it appears that my feature request fell on deaf ears).
The drop cap functionality is on the web version of WordPress; so, it is only fair that it should be added to the WordPress Mobile App.
Anyway, I love being flexible; I can get my blogging done on any device.
The WordPress Mobile App is certainly no replacement for my laptop computer (Those who like the tactile feel of a physical keyboard would agree with me).
I only use the WordPress Mobile App for experimental purposes (And it is going to remain that way for me).
The person who owns a desktop computer or a laptop computer, but chooses the WordPress Mobile App on a smartphone over a computer probably has their reason why (I am merely unaware of their reason for wanting to solely use the WordPress Mobile App for blogging purposes).
I can relate to the person who utilizes the WordPress Mobile App to create drafts when they are on the go and using their desktop computer or their laptop computer to do the final touches when they are home.
Also, those people who do not own a computer, are making the best of the WordPress Mobile App to reach an audience.
I would also like to add, that those bloggers who do not own a computer and blog via the WordPress Mobile App on their smartphones deserve a standing ovation (There are not many people who are willing to go through the trouble of typing an entire blog post on the small virtual keyboard of a smartphone).