So…you are a blogger, you most probably blog using the WordPress platform because is the most popular one available and you live in a World dominated by mobile devices. Of course, the next step you have to make is to build a mobile friendly website or blog, right? Doing that can be quite expensive some times and that’s why we want you to experience best free mobile friendly themes available. Personally I’ve been impressed to find out that there are so many options for optimizing the mobile completely free.
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Is the mobile version of the popular Carrington theme created by the WordPress superstar Alex King whose responsible for many WP plugins including “Popularity Contest”. The theme is very elegant, simple and nice and it also works with advanced multi-touch devices such as iPhone, BlackBerry and of course Android devices.
2. iTheme 2
Is the great improved version of iTheme which has a responsive fluid layout which means you can use it on Desktop and mobile too. It works great on muti-touch devices and it is also very pleasant to see and navigate on.
Is a very interesting theme that manages to combine a variety of colors. It comes with a dark background, perfect for a blog maverick. The theme is equipped with all needed features such as social media sharing options and a user friendly interface. Mobius is compatible with iPhone & iPad, iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Palm Pre, Symbian and pretty much all modern mobile phones.
It basically transforms your WordPress blog into the ultimate website ready for all iDevices including iPhone, iPod Touch and of course iPad. The theme brings the iOS style into your blog so every element will look like it is inside the iDevice so that users will already be accustomed with the design.
This is actually a plugin which will install the jQuery framework for WordPress. Like every jQuery app, this framework has a very user friendly management.
The guys from WPtap have always managed to impress me with their creative WordPress solutions and this time they are responsible for a beautiful and filled with feature Mobile theme. News Press transforms your current blog into a mobile one, but it also keeps the search feature, login, your categories format, archives and pretty much everything.
Probably one of the most popular themes available for mobile use. iPhonsta makes me wonder why is free while it provides great premium-like features. Like the name says, the theme was first created for iDevices, but it works perfectly fine under other mobile devices too.
8. Smooci 2
Great minimalist mobile theme which works perfectly with iPhone and iPad. In order to use the theme when the visitor comes from mobile, Smooci developer recommends using the Smooci WordPress on Mobile plugin.
Yet another flexible theme for WordPress. It is very minimalist, but perfect if your main focus is functionality and high speed load of your website. The theme is based on Twenty Eleven so it has a strong ground.
Everything in Brunelleschi is 100% adjustable to either desktop or mobile devices. It’s main focus is content and you should know that the theme uses HTML5.
Another great WordPress plugin which provides comprehensive solutions for your mobile friendly website. In fact, dotMobi is the ultimate toolkit having lots of features such as Device Atlas integration which helps you detect people and their location, extended mobile themes where you can actually customize themes with ease and lots of other mobile friendly features.
Very minimalist theme, but it comes with a flexible layout which means it can be used for desktop blogs and for mobile ones too. The theme is featured at the WordPress official repository and it has a good rating. Modern with 3 columns…just perfect for a web blog with a lot of content.
A light-weight theme created by popular BlogOhBlog. The theme is adjusting to any resolution so it works very well on mobile devices and because of it’s simple design it improves the loading time. You can also choose between multiple color schemes.
Clean and user friendly theme especially in microformats. It works just fine on desktop and iPhone or iPad.