It looks good and helps with the site where homepage is built of widgets rather than a list of posts (Jetpack mobile theme doesn't work in this case). But the authors are probably only worried about luring you into the paid version.
Free version works poorly with WP Super Cache and All in One WP Security plugins (the only ones that might affect WP Touch). It often changes back to desktop on mobile. And now it also changed from desktop to mobile view on my desktop for no particular reason. Switching to a desktop version doesn't help.
When I found that the mobile version was showing on my desktop I knew this was a garbage plugin.
If you have a site designed to make a living then this plugin is best to be avoided.
I spent a few minutes configuring all the option, but the mobile site came out looking really bad - shortcodes everywhere, no slider, very bland appearance. And when you click on a menu link to a page (that should exist) you get "The requested URL was not found on this server.".
I understand the Pro version *may* solve these problems, but the early signs aren't good so I will be uninstalling rather than upgrading.
(In case it helps the plugin author, these problems were with the Progress theme from Temash Design.)
very unstable plugin. After few minutes, it jumps automatically to desktop version on mobile. Seems the author has made this crap intentionally to increase the selling of pro version.
The plugin was working fine up until this afternoon. Now it no longer works even with the plugin update.
This used to provide some banal view of your site, old version used to have a major security issue. Current version simply does not work.
will not do was is stated.. please look around this is a worthless product
Bought the $199 package because I use Woocommerce and had a few issues with Google Mobile Friendly. Although my site is responsive, I thought WPTouch would be a better option - how wrong I was!
Firstly you have to pay $199 to get Woocommerce compatibility. OK, I know they are in business to make money, but for that amount for a WP plugin, I want the thing to work and to look darn good. Unfortunately it does neither.
The site still has problems with 'tap targets' being too close. This is a premium mobile theme and tap targets are too close. On contacting support, I was told I could change using CSS. But unlike my theme, there is no quick way to add custom CSS, and anyway, what class or ID am I changing?
Also the WC theme is poor. You have a small logo stuck at the top which looks daft
So I decided to go back to my responsive theme, which I can edit the CSS easily and request a refund. Apparently you can only have a refund if they determine the plugin is not working. As if that's ever going to happen.
IMO, get yourself a good responsive theme - it will work much better
I guess it could have been a nice free plugin, but it has a long way to be worth 99$.
installed on a working site.
Configured and all but to no avail : the site does not appear responsive nor on safari nor on chrome.
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