February 3, 2010 — WordPress for Android™ gives you all the publishing power of your WordPress blog, on your Android™ powered device. Available to download free from the Android™ Marketplace.
December 21, 2009 — A new global “Trash” feature, built-in image editing, better plugin updating and compatibility checking, and easier embed support make up the latest release of WordPress.org, revealed for you in this introduction.
November 7, 2009 — A quick introduction to the new release of WordPress for iPhone.
October 28, 2009 — This video gives you a brief introduction and how-to for the Image Widget, available on all WordPress.com accounts.
A WordPress.com Support page detailing the widget is also available here.
October 13, 2009 — The new Publicize feature on WordPress.com helps you ping out your blog updates to Twitter and Yahoo and bring your followers back to your blog.
This short tutorial will show you how it works and how to get it set up.
October 9, 2009 — WordPress.com now has a service that will allow you to subscribe and “listen in” on blog conversation using a Jabber-compatible instant messaging client. This video will show you the basics.
October 8, 2009 — WordPress.com users can now insert detailed archives into the body of a post or page. This quick tutorial will show you how to add the archives shortcode, what the results will look like, and what options are available.
There’s also a Support page on this shortcode available here with more information.
October 5, 2009 — Do you know more than one language? Would you like to help make a difference for other WordPress users who visit WordPress.tv?
This video is an overview of the process for entering new translations of WordPress.tv subtitles. These translations are community-powered. To sign up and begin assisting us, visit dotSUB, sign up for an account, and check out the WordPress.tv collection.
October 3, 2009 — The RSS Links Widget allows you to easily add links to your blog’s post and comment RSS feeds in your sidebar. This will provide your readers with a quick way to obtain your blog feed URLs and subscribe to them as they wish (via a web browser or RSS reader, like Google Reader).
This quick tutorial will show you how to set it up and use it.
You can also view the Support page for this Widget.
October 2, 2009 — When you upload video to VideoPress, it automatically grabs one frame to be used as a still thumbnail. Did you know you can choose which frame?
This quick tutorial will show you how.