AppPresser 3 is officially here!

Update: AppPresser 3 has now been out for over a year, and we’ve added tons of new features since this post was written. Check out our features page to see what’s new.

After a successful beta testing period, lots of squashed bugs, and new features added, AppPresser 3 is ready.

Several customers have already launched apps to the app stores, and they look amazing! We are really excited about how great AppPresser 3 turned out, you are going to love it.


What’s New?

If you haven’t seen our emails or posts about AppPresser 3 in general, there’s a lot. Here’s a quote from our earlier blog post, which sums it up well.

What’s New? Everything.

This release is not just an update, it is a whole new product. We made huge improvements in how you build apps, and how the apps themselves perform.

We’ve been working on this behind the scenes for many months, and I can tell you it’s incredible. Apps are way faster, they feel more native, and they include tons of new features that weren’t possible before.

This is a whole new platform for building apps with WordPress. You still get all the great WordPress integrations we’ve always had, along with much much more.

If you want to learn more, here’s a few links about all the new goodies:

To see examples in the app stores of AppPresser 3 apps, check out the first few apps on our examples page.

Recent Changes

We been really busy fixing bugs and even adding some new features during the beta. Here are a few highlights:

  • A nice image slider for your post lists
  • Customize post lists with custom parameters like category, author, posts per page, etc.
  • Updated Facebook login functionality
  • Updated to the most recent Ionic Framework release
  • Lots of bug fixes

Migrating from AppPresser 2

If you want to migrate from version 2 to 3, here is a guide for that.

Get Started

AppPresser 3 is still the same great price, although some of the features have changed. All levels get access to our new app builder, push notifications, and app dashboard.

To build your app with AppPresser 3, choose a plan on our pricing page. You will automatically get all of the great new features, including free push notifications and our shiny visual app builder.


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14 thoughts on “AppPresser 3 is officially here!

  1. Thanks Scott and Team AppPresser for the AWESOME AppPresser 3!!! Very excited. Busy now building Mobile Apps using Ecommerce WordPress On Google Cloud. Will also be training others to do the same. Happy New Year!

  2. Will you guys be adding in the main logo setting option once more in apppresser 3? I would love to test out my first app but really need the logo on the app. Also the pagination on the list type card pages is important so people can get the next page of posts here.

    Also you have this plugin block element for blocking plugins in the app that would be used on the site itself. It would be great to get this working in realtime on the customizer as right now its very hard to know straight away if you do use alot of plugins how the app is shaping up until you run a test version on the device itself. Thanks

    1. Hey James, adding a logo is possible right now using a custom CSS background image, and adding the logo to your offline assets. We are planning on adding an uploader to make this easier.

      The post lists have infinite scroll, so not sure about the pagination. Maybe you could email us more details about that and the plugin blocker, thanks.

  3. I am guessing its a no go on the Divi theme?

    But it seems like using the AppPresser3 theme wont affect my live site, but the theme will switch when viewed through the app, is my understanding correct?

    Then the other question I have is.. my site and all its pages are built with Divi. I am thinking this will not play nicely in the app. In the end there are only certain shortcodes I need from a custom plugin. How would I go about creating a page that’s not built via divi so it will play nicely in the app?

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