Almost everyone uses their mobile device to browse the Web. What better way to make your WordPress website mobile-ready than to use a theme that supports a mobile design? We’ve rallied the eight sites mentioned by majority of four websites: Worona, SourceWP, Colorlib, and MH Themes. Here are eight mobile-friendly themes mentioned by these websites.
Mentioned by all sites. Other than being mobile-friendly, Uncode is an innovative, clean, and modern theme that is easy to use. It’s responsive with any WordPress website and offers more than 40 layouts to choose from, then edit, if you choose to do so, via the drag-and-drop visual composer page.
Mentioned by all sites. One of the most popular themes, Divi is a flexible yet simple theme that is easy to use. It’s minimal and applicable to any type of website. You can choose from several pre-made layouts. It has a live preview on editing a post or page for you to easily see how your website layout will look. Its flexibility is endless! It can adapt to anything you need and works fast.
Mentioned by Worona, Colorlib, and MH Themes. Kalium is the theme for creative professionals who want to showcase their portfolios on their WordPress websites and present a modern look. It’s compatible with WooCommerce as well so that you can create an attractive eCommerce site. Other than eCommerce, it’s highly recommendable for the designers and photographers for its ease of use.
Mentioned by Worona, Colorlib, and MH Themes. Bloggers and magazine-styled sites can also have a mobile-friendly theme, which Gillion can offer. It’s responsive and light-weight, which optimizes your WordPress website for the speed. There are pre-made layouts as well, which you can use to select a layout that can already work for you without the need to do it from scratch. It’s SEO-friendly, so it can help boost your WordPress website on any search engine. It even has social widgets that go a long ways to spread the word about your site.
Mentioned by Worona, Colorlib, and MH Themes. Packed with many features, Jevelin is a theme made for business sites. It’s easy to choose from numerous demos to build your WordPress website and with 40+ custom shortcodes with flexible layouts. It also supports WooCommerce and is SEO-friendly. The theme is very responsive with smooth animations from its page builder. There’s also the multilingual support, so it can support those RTL (right to left) texts easily.
Mentioned by Worona, Colorlib, and MH Themes. If you want a clean website using only one page, Brando is for you. It has multiple pre-built options for you to choose from, including blog layouts and portfolio styles. It’s minimalist and retina-ready as well, so it can adapt to high-resolution screens including the latest mobile phones. Speed is also one of their pros, which is important especially for a theme that has one page for your whole website. It also has a drag and drop editor in its visual composer. There’s also an optimization for search engines, so be prepared to have that boost from search engines!
Mentioned by Worona, Colorlib, and MH Themes. Another theme with a drag-and-drop visual composer, H-Code is responsive and compatible with any device. It’s even retina-ready! There are more than 50 homepage and 190 ready-to-use layouts. H-Code is also optimized for speed and is compatible with any of the popular plugins used for WordPress. This theme is made for the creatives and is multipurpose.
8. X Theme
Mentioned by Worona, Colorlib, and MH Themes. One of the most versatile themes for WordPress, X Theme adapts to the user’s device screen with no effort. The fonts even adjust to the screen size as well. There are a ton of features available for you to use! It’s even powered by Cornerstone Page Builder for you to easily design your WordPress website. It supports the most commonly used plugins. There are even more typography options that easily allow your site to adapt to the screen your viewers use. There’s also the social buttons available for you to use to boost your social media accounts.