May 13, 2012

Apollo: A New Responsive Premium WordPress Theme

Apollo: A New Responsive Premium WordPress Theme

Apollo is a new premium WordPress theme from ThemeForest. Apollo is a sharp, responsive WordPress theme perfect for any business, portfolio or blog. Apollo comes with the following set of features:

Apollo Theme Features:

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  • Responsive Design
  • Choose Your Own Theme Colour (via Colour Picker)
  • Post Format Support (Images, Galleries, Quotes, Links, Asides, Audio, Video)
  • Filterable Portfolio With Video Support
  • Sliders Are Touch & Swipe Supported
  • Social Options For The Header
  • Plus much more…

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You can download Apollo for $35 from ThemesForest Apollo

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2 Comments on “Apollo: A New Responsive Premium WordPress Theme

Ebube George
May 13, 2012 at 5:00 pm

Techteresting and innovative!

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LatestWP
May 14, 2012 at 7:18 am

Hi @Ebube George

We’re glad you liked it :)

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