Release Notes: There have been more updates to the Post Formats UI, including image drag-and-drop support for the Image format. There is now oEmbed support for Rdio and Spotify, a more polished Post Revisions display, and improvements to the new TwentyThirteen theme.
Release Notes: There were many bugfixes between Beta1 and Beta2, but the biggest change was a new approach to the Post Formats UI, which has done well in user testing.
Release Notes: New features include but are not limited to a new UI for Post Formats, Twenty-Thirteen, an opinionated, colorful, blogging theme, improved audio/video embedding without needing to rely on a third-party service, auto-save that uses browser local storage to keep your edits even if your server or browser crash, post-locking that improves post editing when more than one person needs to edit the same post, improvements to the Nav Menu user interface, and a new revisions feature for comparing edit histories.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance and security update.
Release Notes: This release has a completely new Media Library manager, easier-than-ever image galleries, and a new mobile-first, responsive theme named TwentyTwelve. There are also improvements to multi-site functionality, a retina-ready admin, and many new-and-improved API changes for developers.
Release Notes: Major work was done on the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor, creating a custom schema to adhere to the HTML5 living standard. It should now handle unusual OBJECT/EMBED situations, among other things.
Release Notes: Final UI improvements to the media manager. Better reporting for upload errors. Improvements for mobile, IE, and RTL languages. A cookie fix for sub-domain multi-site when installed in a sub-folder.
Release Notes: This will probably be the final release candidate before the official release of WordPress 3.5. This version has a completely new media library, Dashboard streamlining, new performance enhancements for Multisite, the ability to enable Multisite when installed in a subdirectory of the document root, and other features and enhancements.
Release Notes: The new Media Library has some of the most significant changes.
Release Notes: A new workflow for working with image galleries, including drag-and-drop reordering and quick caption editing. A new user interface for setting static front pages for the Reading Settings screen. A new image editing API.