At first, I thought it was working okay for one of my sites (a little inconsistent but not that big).
Then it slowly, hour by hour started producing the mobile page on regular computer browsers (Chrome, FireFox, and IE). My requests for support on their forum were ignored.
They have a paid option, but the inconsistency in the plugin and them ignoring me prevent me from having the confidence in them to take a risk with my money.
I should have paid attention to the other reviews that said the same thing.
I use this on my own sites and those I administer. The pro version is worth the money for the extra features (had it on one site for a couple of years until we recoded it). But don't let that fool you. The free version is robust and definitely a keeper. Thank you for a great plugin.
The plug-in shows only my sidebar... but the "support" here is full of unanswered questions so I'm not expecting any help.
I won't buy the pro version because I have 20 blogs so that's $200 and no way to know if it works.
Here's the problem: HUGE waste of time trying this out. WP Touch Mobile: fail.
It was just what I needed to make Google and viewers happy.
As google will be changing the search algorithm I decided to look for some nice mobile them plugin - and found this one. I had tried various other plugins but non of them worked as seamlessly and produced such nice results like this one. Great work!
I'd also pay for premium but I'll have to test a bit more; also 59USD seems a bit steep... will decide later. But it's most probably worth the money.
I used this Plugin two years ago at a different page. A few days ago I started a new blog and installed it again and I´m fascinated how far it has come!
Everything you need and want to have at your blog is possible with this Plugin. No matter why a symbol for the benchmarks on iphones or android phones, or the symbols of the menue points.
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 like this mobile theme much more than the Jetpack mobile theme, which is currently not configurable and is a bit sad and dry.
Even in the free version of WP Touch, you can customize the colours of the theme (to match your desktop theme, for example, and keep the identity of your website), choose fonts, and tweak a few things. Of course, a lot of cool features are in the paid version, but honestly the free version is already very good and enough for most users.
Free version works really well, but very limited option and pro version is very costly!
**UPDATED rating to three stars for prompt replies in support forum**
Good plugin. Even in the free version we can still do something interesting. However, please considere adding more themes in the non-pro version.
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