Today about 60% of the traffic to almost any website is made up of people on their phones, tablets and devices. That means that your site will be experienced more on mobile than any other platform. Furthermore, there is no sign of change in the future. Each year, mobile browsing will play a more and more significant role in the marketplace compared to traditional desktop browsing.
Although WordPress continues to be a dominant force, it is not typically mobile friendly right out of the gates. Today we are going to go over various ways in which we can improve usability and user experiences
WP Touch is a very simple solution even for users with limited technical experience. This is one of the more popular solutions available. WP Touch works simply. It was made to recognize when visitors are viewing from a mobile device and then display a mobile optimized version of your site to them. Basically, with this solution you will have 2 different versions of your site, One for regular browsers and one made just for mobile. There is a free version of this plugin available and a paid version but even the free version comes with a lot of useful features.
WordPress Mobile Pack
This program allows you to repackage your existing web content into a mobile app for various platforms. The intention is to replace the need to create a whole different app and instead allow us to utilize the content that’s already available on our website. Webmasters can create a professional look that really feels like a native running app on mobile devices.
WP Mobile Edition
This is a plugin that features a complete toolkit to optimize your pages. Different themes are available right out of the gates. Best of all WP Mobile Edition brags that it will work without writing a single line of code. As a bonus feature visitors also have the option to choose between desktop and mobile viewing.