Increase engagement and drive more repeat traffic to your WordPress site with desktop push notifications. Now supporting the Google Chrome browser.
The NEW WordPress Mobile Pack allows you to 'package' your existing content into a cross-platform mobile web application.
Puts a ribbon on the website if the user browser is older than expected.
Push notifications for your website. Available in Chrome (Android and desktop) and Safari (desktop).
Tell IE users to change browser? Or is your site for Chrome only? Now you choose what browsers should trigger a warning popup or not on your site.
Generates an optional IE6 upgrade message as a plugin with output only for MSIE browsers
Notify Users to Upgrade their browser
Engage & delight your readers with Safari Push Notifications sent directly to their desktops, while enjoying clear stats and seamless integration.
Drive traffic to your website with Safari Mavericks push notifications and Passbeemedia.
A Safari Push Plugin for WordPress
Adds browser-specific body classes for styling, and shortcodes to show or hide content to/from specified browsers and devices.
This plugin displays the default fonts until web fonts loads in the background.
The Browser Specific CSS Plugin allows you to easily target specific browsers and operating systems from your theme's stylesheet using regular cs
Talk to your visitors/users, transform user support and increase sales and conversions. Make your visitors happy with Hipmob hosted live chat!
Browser Blocker allows you to pick and choose which browsers(versions) can access your web page and which ones are given a blocked splash screen.
Plugin which lets you to show posts in stylish, legible pop-up window, like in Safari.
This plugin will add styles to your header based on how you want to style your form element's outline.
A browser dependent message, explaining the risks of using IE6 and providing download links to a recent browsers.
Promote your browser of choice. Version updates are extracted from NewestBrowser.com daily.
Display log messages during plugin and theme development on the console in Safari and Firefox (with Firebug) browsers.