Here at RED When Excited (RWE to its friends) we have been developing applications, games, and web-sites for over 14 years. In this time we’ve worked with multiple Content Management Systems (CMS), as well as developing our own. When the iPhone came along we started developing plans for Apps, and one of the first things we wanted to do was revamp the web-site. Throwing away our previous CMS, we adopted ExpressionEngine from Ellis Labs for its power and flexibility. However we quickly discovered that the thing we most wanted to do was keep up to date with the site, and be able to post to our blogs without needing to be sitting at our computers. We headed off to the App Store to see what was there. Whilst there are a few Apps that do integrate with ExpressionEngine we quickly discovered they are all designed for generic CMS’s, and all use a generic interface to do so. What does this mean? Limitations and an inability to really use the power of any one CMS in order to work with all CMS’s. So we decided we would write our own. iExpression is the App we use to manage our own site, and especially with the upcoming release of 1.3 we think that’s exactly what you’ll get. Of course, you can still use the same interface the other Apps use, but to really fly we’ve got a dedicated module for ExpressionEngine 1.6.8 and above, and ExpressionEngine 2.1 and above that brings the power of ExpressionEngine onto your iPhone or iPad.