We’re excited to share that RIM’s BlackBerry consumer blogs are now on WordPress.com VIP Hosting!
We also had the chance to stop by the BlackBerry PlayBook party at the South by Southwest conference this past week and we know they have big things in store and we’re excited they’re using WordPress as their corporate communication tool.
Welcome to the WordPress family!
If you have a BlackBerry, don’t forget you can use the WordPress for BlackBerry application to post content to your WordPress site from wherever you are.
[Go to the Inside BlackBerry blog]
[Go to the Inside BlackBerry Help blog]
[Go to the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog]
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Great to see that RIM has relaunched their official BlackBerry blog, using WordPress.
The blog is called Inside BlackBerry, and aims at “bringing you authoritative content about BlackBerry® smartphones directly from the people who make them”:
[ Visit Inside BlackBerry & be sure to check out the WordPress for BlackBerry app ]
The beta version of WordPress for Blackberry, a native application, is now available for download.
Details about the beta and how to get involved in this Open Source project are available on the blackberry.wordpress.org site.
Below is also a quick video overview of the app:
[ Visit blackberry.wordpress.org ]
Looking to blog from your mobile device ? You are in luck ! WordPress offers lots of different ways to keep blogging even on the go.
On WordPress.com we have m.wordpress.com. It’s a very light and speedy version of the admin dashboard, and works well on smart phones like the iPhone, BlackBerry and Treo.
On the mobile WordPress.com site you can post, manage comments, see stats, and basically do everything you normally would do. Just point your mobile browser to m.wordpress.com and login with your username and password.
For self-hosted WordPress there are several plugins for mobile usage including WPhone and the iPhone / Mobile Admin plugin:
Mobile Admin adapts the WordPress admin UI to be more friendly to mobile devices, specifically phones.
The iPhone / iPod Touch browser was the first target, but most other mobile browsers are supported at a basic level, and plugins can be used to customize for specific browsers where desired.
In addition, there are a ton of exciting mobile WordPress projects being worked on within the larger WordPress community — stay tuned !