[Method] How to work on your site from your mobile phone

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Most of smart phones comes with blue light filter technology of some sort. Try it out.
It's not about that mate. You have to look and write very small letters (when compared to desktop), and that causes strain.
 
Yes that's the wordpress.com app that you can use it on your site via jetpack connection. Check this out:
WordPress has an internal protocol for communicating with external apps like such, called XML-RPC. Jetpack makes use of it, but it doesn't make any sense to put Jetpack in the middle if you are planning to just connect straight with the app…

Initially, I thought you were doing edits via Jetpack's website (because maybe it looked better or something). But since you are connecting via app, you are simply duplicating and overloading something that is already built-in. If you cannot justify the use of jetpack for other things (like the image cdn caching or the shit statistic system they have), it doesn't make any sense to keep it up (and you shouldn't because that plugin is worse than a virus)

Ditch that Jetpack and connect straight to it!!
 
@IM Rider Frankly, my friend, this will not work in a long run.

I tried this last week by installing Wordpress app in my mobile. I wanted to do that because I wanted to utilize my time when I am outside waiting for train or standing in a que or attending a boring wedding reception. I soon realized that not all the regular tasks can be accomplished via mobile app. It simply can not replace the large screen. There are only few basic tasks like comment approval, social media sharing, liking, etc. are good to be done via mobile app.

In fact it gave a lot of strain on my eyes.

Very soon I found myself enlightened with the fact that I should rather keep my phone inside the pocket and enjoy life, nature, scenery, people's company or watch traffic and not get too much stressed about the work.
 
WordPress has an internal protocol for communicating with external apps like such, called XML-RPC. Jetpack makes use of it, but it doesn't make any sense to put Jetpack in the middle if you are planning to just connect straight with the app…

Initially, I thought you were doing edits via Jetpack's website (because maybe it looked better or something). But since you are connecting via app, you are simply duplicating and overloading something that is already built-in. If you cannot justify the use of jetpack for other things (like the image cdn caching or the shit statistic system they have), it doesn't make any sense to keep it up (and you shouldn't because that plugin is worse than a virus)

Ditch that Jetpack and connect straight to it!!
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