If you’ve been using a WordPress theme that’s not responsive or mobile-friendly, you may have some reservations about switching your theme completely.
For one, if you really like the look of your current theme, you may not want to change the appearance of your site entirely just to make it mobile-friendly.
Switching themes can be a daunting process with a lot of work involved. When switching themes, you can lose some of your saved settings; your menus and widgets may disappear or be messed up, theme-specific shortcodes won’t work anymore, and so much more. See more information about these issues in the article What Happens When You Switch Your WordPress Theme?
WPtouch may also be much faster than a responsive theme. Having a faster-loading site can help to boost your search engine rankings.
After installing and activating the plugin, navigate to WPtouch » Settings to set up your mobile site.
This WordPress plugin will automatically pull your site information (including the site title and language) from your WordPress settings, but you can adjust them here, if needed.
You can also:
The theme customizer works just like the Appearance » Customize settings for your regular WordPress site, allowing you to change your site icon, colors, typography, widgets, and more, specifically for your mobile site.
Additionally, WPtouch includes access to 7 more themes.
WPtouch also has several extension plugins available to add more feature and options: