Prompted by a recent comment on a previous post, I decided to write a comparison of the Py60 Scribe WordPress client and the mobile version of WordPress.com. It’s about time too, since I haven’t posted anything here in a long while.

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I’m here at a nearby wi-fi hotspot trying out Scribe for the first time on my E61i (because I’m too cheap to pay for 3G).

Its current version is definitely bare, but if you’re able to read this post, then Scribe has done its job. Everything, from the text to categories to tags, was done through Scribe.

Generally, I don’t bother making news posts about developments in the S60 world because (1), I don’t want to merely repeat what pretty much every other symbian/mobile blog has already posted, and (2), this isn’t my job. 😛 But this time, I think I’ll make an exception.

A few days ago, Ewan of SMS Text News posted about Scribe, a WordPress client for S60 phones developed by Jay Fenton. Just yesterday (Or is it today? I’m in GMT+08:00!), Jay finally posted the link to a working version of it! I’ve yet to try it though because I wanted to post about it right away.

Without further ado, get the app here: http://scribe.na.nu/

Just follow the instructions and you’ll be blogging on WordPress from your phone in no time! And according to Jay, Scribe will work with any blog engine that supports the metaWeblog and MovableType APIs. How awesome is that? Note that it’s still in beta, so there’s bound to be a few quirks.

I don’t know you, but good job, Jay!

I’ll probably make another post with some screenshots of my own as soon as I’m able to give Scribe a spin. Let’s hope it all works out. In the meantime, you can check out Ewan’s post for screenshots and more details.