Good imagery makes all the difference to your stories, but if you don’t have anything on hand it’s been a time-consuming and sometimes frustrating experience to search for and add high-quality imagery to your articles and newsletters. Not any more thanks to our brand new Pixabay integration!
Mediatiedostot suoraan WP-sivulle iOS -laitteesta.
Sometimes it’s the extra touches that make all the difference; on your website, that’s the photos and video that give your content life.
You asked for streamlined access to your media library and the camera and photos on your device, to make uploading and inserting photos and videos easier. We hear you loud and clear! A freshly-updated media picker is now available in version 8.5 of the WordPress app for iOS.
The new media picker was designed to allow quicker access to your media right from the new Aztec editor. Now you can insert videos and photos without leaving the editor. Click the plus sign — just like in the desktop editor:
The picker’s toolbar has buttons that provide full screen access to media already on your device, the camera, and your site’s media library.
Whether you need to insert a photo you’ve already uploaded, capture…
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Audioboom’s announcement that it will end free accounts
It’s been widely rumoured for some weeks now that Audioboom was about to end its free service – and this morning an email to users of the service confirmed that. From December 4, it says, “audioBoom will only offer a $9.99 monthly subscription to our current users”.
So what do you use if you want to produce mobile audio but don’t have the budget for Audioboom’s service? Here are three apps for three use cases…
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Google Photos is one of the most popular ways of storing and sharing photos online. WordPress.com is one of the most popular ways to blog. Wouldn’t it be great if they played well together — if you could use photos you’ve uploaded to Google on your site?
We thought so, too: starting today, you can browse, search, and copy photos from your Google account right from your blog posts and pages. Introducing: photos from Google!
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