Metropolis is a smart and powerful WordPress client that features offline support, pages, comments, posts, Twitter integration, and more.
Create and Edit Pages
Metropolis has a full-featured (and usable) WYSIWYG for editing posts and pages. Just like any other native Mac application, Metropolis supports drag-and-drop. You can drag links, images, text, and so on. The editing window also has checkboxes for enabling comments and trackbacks. Fields for tags and for a custom post slug are also available. If you like the old way of editing posts and pages, Metropolis also has an HTML editor. Did I mention you can switch between editors with a single click? And there's syntax coloring too!
Nowadays, an Internet connection is available in most places, though there are still a few places like airplanes, boats, and trains where it usually isn't available. You can work on posts and pages offline just as if you were online. Even images can be added to the post/page and uploaded when you publish your post or page. And best of all, that works for images too!
Being sociable is very important nowadays. That's why Metropolis has Twitter integration. When you create a post, you can automatically post it to your Twitter account. It would be also cool to know if your posts are popular on Twitter. You can get a list of people who tweeted the link to your post by going to the Social tab. Just select the post, click on the Twitter button, and on Refresh. Results will automagically appear. If you want to give something away to those who tweeted your link, Metropolis will generate random names from the results retrieved from Twitter. It's also possible to save the random-name list for future reference. Metropolis is integrated to TNT.fm. So it's possible to see the stats for your shortened link.
What's the goal of using a blogging client if you have to login to your blog all the time just to manage comments? Metropolis can approve/reject, edit, delete, and even reply to comments. You can also configure to it look for comments every X minutes. When it finds new comments, it displays a notification in Notification Center. But don't worry if you're using anything that came before OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Instead of Notification Center, a window similar to it will appear. Oh, and there's Gravatar support too!