January 6, 2011

How to Transforms WordPress blog into an iPhone application-style theme

For readers who find WordPress Mobile Pack’s user experience lacking and are less concerned with a blog that can be browsed in any Nokia device, they will rejoice with WPTouch. WPTouch is an insanely well designed and thought-out plugin that turns your blog into one powerful mobile WebApp. WPTouch not only offers an excellent user…

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