Mobile made this world small. We can easily get update of our surroundings. Mobile technology is now highly . Now it has become possible to see all major web sites on iphone and many other mobile phones.
Most of the sites and blogs have already upgrade and made mobile friendly version of their sites and blogs. It is important that you create a mobile friendly version of your WordPress site.
But still there are lots of sites and blogs that lacks a mobile friendly version. In this article, we will share some ways to create a mobile friendly version of WordPress blog .
Mobify is a free service that helps you to make your WordPress, Drupal and other websites mobile-friendly. It supports iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and 5000+ other devices. Many top brands including, MTV, Sitepoint, Boingboing, Discover Magazine and others are using Mobify. Mobify allows you to customize your site design and it is a great pack for designer.
WordPress mobile edition
WordPress Mobile Edition is a plugin by Crowd Favorite. This plugin shows an interface designed for a mobile device when visitors come to your site on a mobile device. Mobile browsers are automatically detected, the list of mobile browsers can be customized on the settings page.
WordPress Mobile Pack
The WordPress Mobile Pack provides a complete toolkit that helps you to mobilize your WordPress site and blog. It includes a mobile switcher to select themes based on the type of user that is visiting the site, a selection of mobile themes, extra widgets, device adaptation and a mobile administration panel to allow users to do editing to the site or write new posts.
MobilePress is a free WordPress plugin which turns your WordPress blog into a mobile friendly blog when viewed on a cell phone. MobilePress also allows you to create custom mobile themes for different handheld devices and mobile browsers such as the iPhone, Opera Mini and Windows Mobile.
WordPress for Android
It is an Open Source app that allows you to write new posts, edit content, and manage comments with built-in notifications.