Mobile technology is exploding in popularity. Every other user is now using their iPhone or other smart phone to access your website. It’s critical to make a mobile-friendly version of your WordPress website. Although the majority of popular websites and blogs have already made their sites mobile-friendly, there are still a large number of websites and blogs that do not have a mobile-friendly version. We’ll show you how to make a mobile-friendly version of your WordPress blog for your users and yourself in this article.
In this part, we’ll go through all of the options for making a mobile-friendly WordPress version for your users.
Mobify is a free tool that converts WordPress, Drupal, and other websites into mobile-friendly versions. iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and over 5000 other devices are all supported. Mobify is used by a number of well-known companies, including MTV, Sitepoint, Boingboing, Smashingmagazine, Discover Magazine, and others. The mobile edition of WPBeginner is likewise powered by mobify. Mobify is an excellent pack for designers because it allows you to modify your site’s style. Mobify is a WordPress plugin that allows you to convert your website into a mobile
Mofuse offers a free alternative to make your blog mobile friendly for iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and other devices. Mofuse is used by top sites such as Mashable, Readwriteweb, and Makeuseof. Your RSS Feeds are shown to your users by Mofuse. Their free option does not provide enough flexibility, which is why we did not utilize it, but it is really simple to set up. They also have a Mofuse WordPress Plugin.
Crowd Favorite’s WordPress Mobile Edition is a plugin. When a visitor comes to your site on a mobile device, this plugin displays a mobile-friendly interface. Mobile browsers are automatically identified, and the list of mobile browsers on the settings page can be changed.
WPTouch is a mobile-friendly WordPress plugin/theme. When accessed on an iPhoneTM, iPod touchTM, AndroidTM, or BlackBerry StormTM touch mobile device, it automatically converts your WordPress blog into a web-application experience. The admin options panel in WPTouch is excellent. Make sure to look at their screenshot gallery.
WPTap provides both free and paid themes for touchscreen phones such as the iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, and Blackberry, allowing you to display a mobile-friendly version. It works with other WordPress plugins that are compatible with older devices. This plugin keeps your usual theme and only shows the tap theme when a smartphone or touch phone user visits your site.
The WordPress Mobile Pack is a comprehensive toolbox for making your WordPress site and blog mobile-friendly. It contains a mobile switcher that allows users to select themes based on the type of user who is visiting the site, as well as a selection of mobile themes, extra widgets, device adaption, and a mobile administration panel that allows users to edit the site or create new posts while on the go.
When viewed on a mobile phone, MobilePress is a free WordPress plugin that converts your WordPress blog into a mobile-friendly blog. MobilePress also enables you to design unique mobile themes for a variety of mobile devices and browsers, including the iPhone, Opera Mini, and Windows Mobile.
We’ll show you how to make a mobile-friendly WordPress Admin Panel for administrators in this part (you). Using your mobile device, you will be able to manage comments and create new posts.
Official iPhone software that allows you to use your iPhone or iPod touch to compose articles, add photographs, modify pages, and manage comments on your blog. Users of all levels of experience may get started in seconds with support for both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (2.7 or higher).
Write posts, upload photos and videos, modify pages, and manage comments using the official WordPress for BlackBerry app. WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress sites (version 2.7 or higher) are both supported.
Official WordPress for Android is a free, open-source app that lets you create new articles, amend existing ones, and manage comments with built-in alerts. It’s free to download, and you’ll be blogging in no time.