Too many compatibility problems with Wordfence Falcon Engine: mobile theme showing on desktop. Insufficient and unclear support received for this problem, so I uninstalled (which is a pity, because the themes are nice).
Slowed site, no support. After using the plugin successfully over the last year it seems it is now on struggling to keep up with better alternatives.
My client found out that WP Touch's free product does not support tablets. In fact, it throws a error message and doesn't even attempt to draw *anything* for tablet users.
I found this highly unprofessional. If I'd known about this limitation up front, I would've gladly paid for Pro. Instead, I have to find out the hardest way possible.
This is part of the whole WP plugin bait-and-switch epidemic. I'm happy to pay for good software, but I am insulted by developers who don't bother with honesty.
Great plugin! Works great! Easy setup and configuration!
But they basically blackmail you to purchase the Pro version for $59 if you're a webmaster that uses Google AdSense.
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.
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.
I've deactivated WPtouch Mobile Plugin and don't know when I'll try it again. I like the look and options of the free version, but it doesn't take visitors to my homepage, nor to my blog, which is one of the most important parts of the website.
It's a nice look, but it strips sidebar out. Adds a footer - but I have no idea where it got it from our WP theme. Offers no controls at all. Probably because there's a paid version. Their own WP site is a mess - can't click on resources at bottom, and can't even sign up! ??? Will probably turn it off, remove it. Too bad. Looks nice.
Not too happy.
I installed the patch for the recent vulnerability, had the silly notion I was safe (when are we ever? -- understood) and almost immediately was hit with a series of attempts to breach the sites on my server as well as suspicious activity in WPTouch folders and related files. Rather than go through it all again, I removed almost all instances and disabled the others. Perhaps time to go responsive anyway.
I initially liked the product, simple, works does what we need. Then I began noticing that wasn't getting the mobile version on my cell phone. It seemed to intermittently not be able to figure out what kind of browser was on the other end. Last straw is WPTouch began serving mobile format to PC browsers for no reason I can discern, just started doing it.
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