The WordPress Android app version 3.1 is now available in the Google Play Store. This update brings robust statistics to the app experience, and makes keeping up with your favorite sites in the Reader even easier.
Native Statistics Details
Now, you can tap the bar chart in your Statistics to access more detailed stats. Tap a specific bar in the Days, Weeks, or Months views to see detailed data on your views and visitors.
- Automatic refresh: Statistics and Reader post lists automatically refresh when you open the app, so you always see the newest data.
- Improved Reader experience: To make interacting on the go easier, we added comment likes to the Reader. You can also block blogs on Reader tag pages to customize your reading experience.
- Updated blog preview. See screenshot below:
We’ve also temporarily disabled the live chat with Automattic support due to an issue with the library we’re using. We expect to re-enable it in the next version or two.
This version also comes with a bunch of bug fixes. Here’s a non-exhaustive list:
- Improved notifications synchronization, which sometimes got stuck.
- Fixed the ability to follow a blog by its URL.
- Fixed broken blockquote styling in the comments view.
A big thanks to all of the contributors who worked on this release: @beaucollins, @daniloercoli, @maxme, @mjangda, @nbradbury, @roundhill and @sendhil! You can keep up with the development progress for the next version by visiting our 3.2 milestone on GitHub or by following us on Twitter @WPAndroid.
Beta testers have access to beta versions with beta updates shipped directly through Google Play. The beta versions may have new features, new fixes, and possibly new bugs. If you want to join them, request access on our Google+ Community.