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Microblogger allows you to post quick comments to your readers, without need for an account (as the twitter etc plugins do) - even from your mobile!

Microblogger allows you to easily create a microblog sidebar with quick updates of your thoughts and actions, but it also comes with a useful blog activity tracker so your readers can keep up to date with the rest of your community! The plugin is highly customisable, allowing you to have complete control over the way your bloggings are shown to your audience.

The plugin is also accompanied by a mobile UI that will allow you to write microblogs and see recent activity on any wap/GPRS/3G mobile phone - for the cost of around 3KBs data transfer (1 or 2 pence UK depending on your network provider)!

Also, the modular design of the plugin opens the door for third party additions to the plugin.

Development is still very much on going, so frequent updates are to be expected!

Your feedback would be greatly appreciated! So please drop me a line on the comments area of the microblog page on my blog, or at samuel.ecwilliams@googlemail.com

Key features:

  • The first wordpress microblog that requires no external services! - Just plug and play away!

  • A recent activity tracker for your blog - from comments to posts.

  • Mobile microblogging UI for any wap enabled phone.

  • Full control over the layout and design of your microblog.

  • You steer the boat! If you have any feature requests or bugs, I'm more than happy to implement/fix them for you!

  • !NEW! Generate an RSS v2.0 feed from the microblog!

Requires: 2.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8.4
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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