Version 2.2 Now Available: Gallery Support for self-hosted sites

Version 2.2 of WordPress for Windows Phone: Gallery Support for Self-Hosted sitesVersion 2.2 of WordPress for Windows Phone is now available in the Windows Phone Store. It introduces gallery support for self-hosted sites running WordPress 3.5 or higher. It also resolves many of the outstanding issues and quirks that you have mentioned on the forums and on Twitter.

Galleries are a great way to share pictures with your friends and followers. An image gallery will display thumbnails for all images attached to a particular post or page. Readers can tap or click any image to launch the gallery full-screen, displaying huge versions of your images.

You can create a gallery straight from your device by attaching two or more pictures to a post or a page. You can even customize the appearance of a gallery by tapping the “gallery settings” button and choosing the best options for your site.

Gallery Styles

You have great control over how the gallery will be displayed: as a thumbnail grid, or as a slideshow. Both gallery types offer a lot of options to choose, not limited to: random order, page or file attachment.

Below is an example of an image gallery using the default thumbnail setting. If you click on any of the images you will be able to see what the carousel view looks like:

Gallery as a slideshow

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More improvements and bug fixes

This release also includes improvements for  push notifications, as well as fixes for crashes and other bugs.


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A huge thanks to the contributors that worked on this release: daniloercoli, and jkv1.

Would you like to get in on the fun? Let us know at make/mobile on and we’ll help you get started as a contributor.  Do you have an idea for a new feature or have you encountered a bug that needs fixing? Tell us about it on the WordPress for Windows Phone Trac.

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