WPtouch Pro 3.2 Adds Support for WPML

You asked, and we listened. Today we pushed out version 3.2 of WPtouch Pro which includes official WPML support. Going forward all users of WMPL and WPtouch Pro enabled websites will be able to see the available languages when visiting on a mobile device and switch between them at will. Like all themes and plugins that support WPML, the content (including posts, pages, custom content, and menus), including all of WPtouch Pro’s text, will dynamically change depending on the user’s choice.

Support for WPML is something that more and more users of both WPtouch Pro and WPML have been requesting lately, and we’re happy to finally announce official support for it. A big thanks to the WPML team for their assistance with this effort.

We’ve also recently added support for Firefox OS for mobile devices, and 3.2 also includes numerous bug fixes and enhancements to keep your mobile site running smoothly with WPtouch.

WPtouch Pro 3.2 with WMPL support is available for download starting today – keep your eyes open for an update in the WordPress administration panel.

Infinity Cache: WordPress Cache for WPtouch + Desktop Themes

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With WPtouch Pro 3.1 we’ve introduced extensions, powerful additions to WPtouch Pro themes that take your mobile website to the next level. Infinity Cache WordPress Cache is one of our favourites, and enables mobile + desktop caching for WPtouch Pro-powered websites.

Caching Mobile with WPtouch Pro

For a few years now we’ve been helping users configure WPtouch & WPtouch Pro to work alongside popular desktop theme caching solutions. Not without issue however— as doing so in some of these larger, in-depth plugins can be quite an elaborate process that essentially involves disabling cache for mobile. While a viable solution and mostly headache free, these configurations don’t offer the same speedy improvements for mobile page views as seen for desktop.

Network congestion and latency, coupled with slower wireless connection speeds make load time for mobile web pages extremely important for everyone.

WPtouch Pro themes are built as highly optimized, lightweight and are speedy in their own right— but caching can always improve user experience and minimize server load when it comes to php and MySQL-based websites. It’s always been a goal for us to offer a solid caching solution ourselves to speed up WPtouch Pro page views for mobile devices.

Introducing Infinity Cache

In WPtouch Pro 3.1, we’ve introduced three new extensions to current customers: Mobile Content (for replacing desktop content with mobile content on the fly), Responsive Images (for serving optimally-sized images for each device), and Infinity Cache (for caching both mobile & desktop).

Yes you read that right— Infinity Cache handles both mobile and desktop caches.

It even caches mobile visitors who switch to your desktop theme, ensuring all visitors are served lightning fast page views no matter how they choose to visit your website.

If you already have an existing caching plugin for your desktop website, you can also use it in conjunction with Infinity Cache- your existing plugin will cache desktop pages, and Infinity Cache will handle all the mobile agents set to pass through to WPtouch Pro.

It’s Lightweight & Easy to Set-up

Unlike so many of the complex cache solutions available for WordPress, Infinity Cache is simple and straightforward, and does caching right without worry. It truly is a “set it and forget it” type of cache solution.

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Infinity Cache options

In addition, Infinity Cache also includes support for Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) such as MaxCDN. If you have a MaxCDN account, you can simply add your custom URLs to Infinity Cache and have it automatically serve your static content from your CDN.

Get It Today

Infinity Cache is available to all Small Business, Agency/Multisite and Enterprise WPtouch Pro customers in the Themes & Extensions Browser inside WPtouch Pro 3.1.

To view licenses for WPtouch Pro, visit the product pricing page.

Changes in WPtouch Pro 3.1 for iOS 7 and WordPress

It’s no secret that we have heavily been cued by iPhone OS for the staple & standard in mobile web’s design direction. While the web on mobile devices has grown, changed and evolved upon multiple platforms, so too has our work and our flagship product, WPtouch.

The release of iOS 7 (while controversial) is a welcome evolution of what we consider the forefront of the mobile web. With WPtouch Pro 3.1 we’ve worked hard to improve and build on out harmony of the product with the platform is most dominantly lives on.

Web-App Mode

An innovative technology in WPtouch Pro unmatched by competitors or responsive design, Web-App Mode in WPtouch Pro allows site visitors on iOS devices to save your website to their home screens. And unlike regular web bookmarks, Web-App Mode does away with the browser, and instead offers a much-more native app feel to your WPtouch Pro powered WordPress website.

Full screen, immersive and gorgeous— WPtouch Pro’s Web-App Mode is a customer favourite and is just a few clicks in the WPtouch Pro admin panel to enable.

Merged Header

iOS 7 and WordPress

In WPtouch Pro 3.1, themes that detect iOS 7 in Web-App Mode will adopt a native merged header appearance, in line with native apps on the platform which have been updated for the new interface. No settings or configuration is needed, WPtouch Pro themes detect iOS 7 and serve up the new style.

Bauhaus Cool

iOS 7 and WordPress

Our new default and flagship theme Bauhaus takes subtle design hints from iOS 7 and WordPress, including circles for featured images in post listings and partial borders, along with circular comment avatars and a preference throughout for for thinner typography and simple design differentiation of elements and colours. It’s the closest yet to an iOS WordPress theme, but it’s so much more than that. New branding options give you the control to transform this theme into appearing vastly different— it’s truly a chameleon-like theme.

iOS 7 and WordPress 3.8, Too!

Coming soon in our 3.1.2 update is a refreshed admin appearance as well, that harmoniously works with WordPress 3.8. WPtouch Pro 3.1 is a free update for all existing customers. You can update to 3.1 through the WordPress admin panel like any other plugin on the plugins page.

Whoa! An All-New Free Version of WPtouch

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It’s been a long time coming – an all-new free version of WPtouch. Today we’d like to tell you all about it, but first a little bit of backstory.

A Mobile WordPress Theme Is Born

It might be hard to believe, but we shipped the first version of WPtouch back in April 2008. Since that time, the plugin has been downloaded almost 4.6 million times.

It’s now used on millions of websites worldwide, and is hands-down the most popular way to make your WordPress website mobile friendly.

You might not know, but the project started out as a mobile theme for then client of ours Canadian musician, author, and activist Matthew Good. We realized many of Matthew’s visitors were coming to his website on the then just released iPhone— so we thought it might be fun to see what a mobile theme designed just for touch mobile devices could look like. Here’s what it looked like at the time in 2007:


After his visitors raved about how much they liked it, it dawned on us: wouldn’t every WordPress site owner want something like this?

So we set out to create a new version of the project, one that could be used on any WordPress website.

After a few months of development we shipped the first version of WPtouch into the WordPress plugin repository, and the rest as they say is history.

Going Big, Going Pro

In 2009, it quickly gained popularity and users began to request more and more of the product. It became clear to us that in order to fully develop the product and fulfill the vision of it we always had, we would need to release a premium version in order to pay for our development time and add good support for the product.

This wasn’t an easy transition— we were a successful design and development firm buried neck-deep in projects at the time. We believed in the project, and loved working on it, so we closed out our current projects, and devoted all our time and energy to creating a premium version.

We’ve had great success selling our premium version, and recently released an all-new version of the product, WPtouch Pro.

A Big Leap Forward

For quite some time, the free version has become stagnant, so we decided to use the all-new version 3 code base as the basis for a new free version of the product. It was a decision that allows us to do a lot more with it in the future, while also being a significant upgrade for free users today.

And to celebrate the launch, we’re also including a brand-new theme along with it (called Bauhaus) inspired by the design movement of Bauhaus. WPtouch Pro customers also have access to an enhanced version of this theme, as well as three others, in the 3.1 Pro version.

Based on the principles of the 19th-century English designer William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement, Bauhaus design philosophy believed that art should meet the needs of society and that no distinction should be made between fine arts and practical crafts.

The new theme is not just aesthetically based on Bauhaus design, but its architecture (along with the core of the plugin itself) has been engineered to meet the needs of modern WordPress websites in an elegant way.

No Longer One Size Fits All


WPtouch is now a multi-theme, flexible mobile solution for WordPress websites. It now has far more branding, color & style control than ever before.

Themes for it are designed completely image–free, using the latest HTML5 and CSS3 web technologies, and leverage icon fonts, Google fonts, and the latest in mobile web trends to deliver fast, crisp, beautiful mobile themes.

Many of our Pro users had tried some responsive themes, and had been left disappointed. Either they were too slow, cumbersome or difficult to use, or simply ended up being too difficult to manage and maintain. It’s been stated over and over again to us that there continues to be a demand for BraveNewCode & WPtouch to deliver excellent mobile experiences for WordPress websites – and nevermore has it been so exciting for us to develop this product— it’s finally what we always envisioned it should be.

Here at BraveNewCode we’ve spent countless hours refining this product over the last half a decade. It really is the culmination of thousands of hours of hard work, experience, dedication & commitment to being the best of breed for mobile solutions and WordPress websites.

We’ve released the new free version into the repository today, and hope you enjoy it.

WPtouch Pro 3.1 Update: New Theme, Extensions

We’ve just released WPtouch Pro 3.1, a major update to our flagship WordPress mobile plug-in. 3.1 contains a variety of fixes, updates, and improvements, and also support for all-new themes & extensions.

Previously WPtouch & WPtouch Pro were one-theme products. With the introduction of WPtouch Pro 3 in May we made it a three-theme product, but we weren’t done yet.

In 3.1 we’re introducing a new theme, and also support for what we’re calling Extensions, mini plug-ins to enhance your WPtouch Pro setups.

New Theme: Bauhaus



Bauhaus is an all-new theme, and is meant for a wide variety of websites. It supports all of WordPress’s modern features, including thumbnails and featured images, custom menus, and custom post types.

It’s design is heavily influenced by the design movement of Bauhaus.

Based on the principles of the 19th-century English designer William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement, Bauhaus design philosophy believed that art should meet the needs of society and that no distinction should be made between fine arts and practical crafts.

It also depended on the more forward-looking principles that modern art and architecture must be responsive to the needs and influences of the modern industrial world and that good designs must pass the test of both aesthetic standards and sound engineering.

This new WPtouch Pro theme is not just aesthetically based on Bauhaus design, but its architecture (along with the core of the plugin itself) has been engineered to meet the needs of modern WordPress websites.


With WPtouch Pro 3.1 we’re introducing mini plugins called Extensions. Extensions enhance functionality and are specifically designed for WPtouch Pro.

Responsive Images (Enterprise Licenses)

Finally, truly responsive images! The Responsive Images extensions automatically crunches and serves the right size images for different devices. This offers significant performance gains on image heavy websites, leveraging our BraveNewCloud service to send devices requesting your pages the appropriate size of image, fast.

Leveraging the Cloud and CDNs, the WPtouch Pro Responsive Images Extension solves a significant problem for today’s mobile web.

Infinity Cache — 5x Faster Pages! (Small Business Licenses or higher)

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Boost your WPtouch Pro installation with cache capabilities specifically designed for mobile & WPtouch Pro. You can even use Infinity Cache for your desktop theme, too! Infinity Cache is designed to be a simple, powerful caching extension to improve page speed load times dramatically.

Lead Developer and Co-Founder Duane Storey benchmarked Infinity Cache on his travel blog, The Migratory Nerd recently, and got some startling results:


Infinity Cache Off

  • Transaction rate: 6.34 trans/sec
  • Transaction rate: 6.85 trans/sec
  • Transaction rate: 6.63 trans/sec

Average: 6.61 trans/sec

Infinity Cache On

  • Transaction rate: 30.77 trans/sec
  • Transaction rate: 30.30 trans/sec
  • Transaction rate: 32.26 trans/sec

Average: 31.11 trans/sec

Improvement: Nearly 5x faster!

Use Infinity Cache and Responsive Images together to maximize your WPtouch Pro-powered mobile WordPress website page speed and size— you’ll be amazed at the results. No other mobile solution for WordPress offers this kind of power, flexibility and ease-of-use.

Mobile Content — Swap Out Content For Mobile Visitors (All Licenses)

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With the Mobile Content Extension you can easily add a text area meta field to posts and page editing screens in your WordPress admin and show custom content only displayed to mobile visitors, instead of your desktop content.

Most of the time you want the same content showing for both mobile and desktop visitors. For many posts and pages this is the preferred and simplest way to use WPtouch Pro.

Though sometimes you want mobile visitors to see something different. Formerly, you could use WPtouch Pro’s shortcodes to display mobile-only content. With the new Mobile Content Extension, you can now just enter the separate content easily in its own text area on your posts or pages. It’s the best of both worlds.

Now Available!

WPtouch Pro 3.1 is now available to all customers!

Why WordPress Makes Mobile Easy

WordPress is hands-down the best publishing platform on the web for making mobile WordPress websites. I wanted to share some insights I’ve learned after working the past 7 years on WPtouch, our popular WordPress plugin for making WordPress sites mobile.

Visitors Want Mobile Content, and It’s Easy To Provide It For Them

In The Age of Apps you might think you need an app for your WordPress website to satisfy visitors. While it’s true that the majority of smartphone users tend to use applications over mobile web, they’re most dominantly using apps for social networks like Facebook and Twitter— which in turn are filled with links to web content just like yours. And when users open those links inside mobile apps, its clear in recent studies that they prefer mobile-formated content that loads quickly and is easy to navigate.

I’ve come to love how WordPress really makes adapting to the mobile revolution as simple as installing themes or plugins. Making sure your WordPress website is mobile-ready usually costs less than $100/year to ensure a high-quality mobile experience. Options range from free WordPress themes which are ‘responsive’ to WordPress plugins which serve websites that are larger or changing and growing like our WPtouch Pro. Generally, plugins offer more control and fine-tuning for a mobile version of your website than most out-of-the-box responsive themes. Some of the better responsive themes I’ve seen are paid themes, and offer more quality. No matter which you choose though, the fact that you have a wide variety of options shows both the popularity of WordPress as a publishing platform and its flexibility in delivering mobile web content.

WordPress mobile

You can Publish Easily From Mobile

WordPress offers native mobile apps for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and others to publish on the go from your smartphone or tablet. These apps are polished and a joy to use, and the teams behind their development work tirelessly to resolve bugs and deliver quality. Personally I don’t publish often via these apps, but frequently use them for editing posts and pages or approving comments— all of which you can do easily and simply without having to pop on the web and login to your WordPress website.

In the past 7 years I’ve witnessed the mobile revolution and watched the web embrace both designing and creating content from mobile devices— no other publishing platform out there offer so many powerful, polished and awesome tools for mobile than WordPress!

Inside BraveNewCode.com: Some Tools We Use

I was going through our own administration panel here at BraveNewCode today and thought it would be interesting to share our set-up with other people. Our WordPress website isn’t just a blog, it’s also a full-featured eCommerce store, support centre and product licensing/upgrade server. To turn a normal WordPress website into one that can handle all of that takes quite a few tweaks, external services, and WordPress plugins.

Here is a list of all the tools we use here at BraveNewCode.com – from hosting, to sales, to support.


Right now BraveNewCode.com is running on a large VPS at WiredTree. Someone recommended them to us years ago on Twitter, and we’ve been extremely happy with them ever since. For a while we had everything hosted on a large $350/mo dedicated server, but thanks to caching and optimization improvements in various places we’re now able to survive on a $60/mo VPS with room to spare.

In terms of backups, we back up our databases every few hours to Amazon S3, and the whole kit and caboodle nightly to the same location.

We also have a cheap Bluehost plan active as well with a splash screen for BraveNewCode saying that we’re experiencing difficulties. In the odd event that our website crashes completely (which has thankfully never happened), we can point BraveNewCode.com to Bluehost temporarily while we get our WiredTree server up and running again.


We used to host our own DNS in years past, but given our experience in the area (approximately zero) we decided to offload that responsibility to another provider. Recently that provider went down for about 12 hours, which caused our site to go offline. During that process we upgraded to DNSimple, and changed from Unicast DNS resolution to Anycast. Anycast nameservers can answer replies based on geographical location, which should hopefully help minimize the chances of our DNS provider going down during a DDOS attack in the future.


We don’t really have a newsletter per-se, but we do try to send out important product information to our customers from time to time. To accomplish that we’ve mostly been using iContact. Given our large customer base though, it’s a bit of pain transferring an updated contact list to iContact and then modifying a template for each email blast we send out. Ultimately that’s limited our ability to reach out to customers whenever we would like.

As such, we’re in the process of pulling that ability back to our own website – when we’re done we’ll be able to email all of our customers with a single click from our admin panel whenever we want. That has lots of benefits, such as being able to have 100% control over the look and feel of those emails (often mail services tack their own branding onto emails or mess up the included styles), and will always have an accurate list of people to send to whenever we want. Email management will be done from each user’s profile in the back-end.

Task Management

We’ve tried various tools over the years to keep track of what we are working on, and which tasks are assigned to which people. Ultimately we still use BaseCamp for this, since we can access it from our phones and it mostly just works. My only issue with these types of applications is that once you start using them for a few months. navigating through all the data can be a real chore that sometimes can slow you down instead of help you.

Revision Control

Our free plugins are hosted in the WordPress.org repository, and use Subversion for revision control. For our commercial projects we use Git, and pay to have them hosted at Beanstalk. To push out a new WPtouch Pro release, for example, all we have to do is merge our code into our ‘release’ branch and then queue a Beanstalk deployment. That in turn triggers a script on our website which generates a new .POT file, bundles up the product, pushes it to Amazon S3, and notifies our customers that there is a new version to download via their administration panels.

BraveNewCode Site

We use WordPress Multisite to handle our blog, main WPtouch Pro, as well are the support centre for our customers. Right now we have two sub-sites, one for bravenewcode.com, and another for bravenewcode.com/support. Our main site is using a customized theme, while the support site is based on SupportPress by the fine folks over at Woo.

The front slider on our website is powered by the Layerslider WP plugin.

WooCommerce Plugin

We’ve used pretty much every WordPress commerce plugin over the years, but eventually found WooCommerce and never looked back. Our main issues with the previous commerce plugins we tried were that many of them would periodically drop purchases, especially in the case of PayPal which sends IPN notifications to your server after a successful purchase.

Losing knowledge of a payment by itself is obviously a bummer, but it also meant that the customer who purchased the product didn’t receive their download link. If that happened late at night while we were all sleeping here at BraveNewCode, chances are they would have to wait 8-12 hours to get the product, which is a poor customer experience.

Thankfully we don’t have those issues with WooCommerce, and it mostly runs without any issues on our website.

In terms of product fulfillment, we have a custom plugin on our website that hooks into the WooCommerce payment notification system and sends out the appropriate emails to our customers with their purchase information.

WordPress SEO Plugin

We probably could spend more time focusing on SEO, but we’re generally quite busy and are still a relatively small company without a lot of extra hands. So while we generally add WordPress SEO content when we write posts and pages, it’s mostly around to generate the XML sitemap which we feed to Google and Bing webmaster tools to better understand our website.

W3 Total Cache Plugin

Our most popular page on this website is for our WPtouch Pro mobile plugin for WordPress. To help minimize server load, we use W3 Total Cache for all users who are logged out. We purposefully set it to ignore all our eCommerce pages, and to bypass all the user agents that WPtouch Pro uses. In this configuration W3 Total Cache only handles desktop caching, not mobile.

Our 3.1 update for WPtouch Pro (coming shortly) includes a new add-on for mobile called Infinity Cache which will handle caching for mobile visitors. The two together work in tandem to make sure pages are served quickly and efficiently to users, and help minimize the load on our servers.

WordTwit Plugin

One of the first things people do nowadays when they write a new post is publish a link to that post on Twitter. We wrote WordTwit Pro to basically automate that process for us. When you are drafting a post, you can edit and schedule the tweets that will go out as soon as it is published. It also interfaces with several URL shorteners, so you can make sure your tweets are nice and compact.

WordTwit Pro is now a free plugin, so feel free to grab a copy of WordTwit from the wordpress.org repository.

Piggy eCommerce Plugin

A few years ago Dale and I were sipping a few beers near Cancun in Mexico and playing with some code to try and get notifications of our sales on our phones. We thought it would be cool at the time if our iPhones made a cash register sound (cha-ching) whenever a new sale occurred.

We had our first “cha-ching” notification a few hours and a few beers later.

We now use that plugin on our own website to view, in real time, how many sales we’ve made for the week, the month, the year, and all time. It also includes a projected sales pane, so you can see how many sales you are likely to make going forward based on current sales. It’s a great little tool that always allows a commerce store owner to know exactly where they sit with sales.

Piggy is also a free plugin, so head on over to the wordpress.org repository to grab a copy of the Piggy eCommerce Statistics plugin.

WP-Mail-SMTP Plugin

Mail is one of those things most WordPress site owners probably don’t spend too much time thinking about. For the most part if you install WordPress on a Linux webhost, mail will basically just work out of the box.

The problem is that sending mail will use the mail() system function, which bypasses some of the great anti-SPAM technology such as DKIM signing. In order to have your emails DKIM signed (which basically show that the emails came from your website), you really need to send mail via authenticated SMTP.

Since our product fulfillment is made via email, not using SMTP would mean that many of the emails we sent out to customers would likely be marked as SPAM. Not all of them, but enough that it would be a pain to those customers and for our team, who would manually have to send information to individuals periodically.

Setting up SPF and DKIM, in conjunction with a SMTP mail plugin such as this one is a great way to make sure your customers and users will actually receive the mails you send to them.

WPtouch Pro Plugin

And of course, we utilize WPtouch Pro here for our own mobile website. It’s running a slightly modified version of the included ‘Simple’ theme. We recently added the ability to make purchases via WooCommerce into our mobile theme, so people now visiting our website on support devices can purchase the plugin without having to ever visit the desktop site.

Final Remarks

All of these tools together help us manage BraveNewCode, continue to work on WPtouch Pro for our customers, and provide timely support via our one-on-one support centre whenever they have any issues.

Temporary Service Outage

Our primary DNS provider went down approximately 90 minutes ago, which essentially disabled this website as well as our support centre. We received almost instant notification via a service we use to monitor our website uptime, and quickly determined that our main DNS provider was experiencing a large issue. As such, we’ve transferred our domains to a new provider, one that will hopefully provide additional redundancy in the future.

DNS is still propagating, but services are already online again in most of North America. While the support centre was offline during this period of time, no aspect of typical WPtouch Pro usage depends on access to our servers, so customer sites would have been unaffected.

We apologize for the disruption in service, and will hopefully have everything restored shortly.

Piggy 2.0: A New Live Sales Data WordPress E-Commerce Plugin

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When we made Piggy, our real-time e-commerce sales data WordPress E-Commerce plugin available for free, we didn’t anticipate such an overwhelming response. It’s clear users of the plugin really enjoy its sleek, easy to use, and elegant interface. It really is the best way to view WordPress e-commerce sales statistics. For 2.0, we wanted to make huge strides in the look and feel of Piggy, and lay the groundwork for lots more to come.

To accomplish this we have done away with a lot of extraneous JavaScript, images, and other resources in order to streamline the loading of Piggy. The page weight for Piggy now clocks in at only 332KB! We have also taken great strides in leveraging WordPress’ new Transients API, which allows us to cache pre-calculated data and serve it much more quickly. Piggy has to calculate large amounts of sales data in a very short period of time, so it’s an enormous challenge to get all this data crunched and loaded to you on your mobile device in 3 seconds or so. For the most part, with 2.0 we’ve accomplished that. You’ll notice load times are significantly faster overall.

We’ve also updated the look and feel of Piggy to harmoniously match more closely with modern mobile UI interfaces, notably the latest versions of Android and iOS.

But just because Piggy is up-to-date in its user interface doesn’t mean it doesn’t support older versions of the OSes like iOS5 and iOS6. It also works on older Android versions too. So it’s the best of both worlds.

Piggy 2.0 is a free update available in the WordPress.org repository, today.

The bulk of our time and effort goes into our flagship product of WPtouch, yet we still love working on projects like this that are just so much fun to create. We hope you enjoy the latest update, thanks for being a user and/or customer BraveNewCode products.

New WPtouch Pro Feature: Related Posts

Early this morning we pushed out WPtouch Pro It’s been nearly six weeks since we did a release, mainly because we have been working hard on WPtouch Pro 3.1, which will be available before October’s through. In the interim we wanted to push out a small release that has one great new feature for all users: related post content.

Related Posts in WPtouch Pro

Related Posts in WPtouch Pro

Most people are familiar with related post plugins for WordPress, but many of these in our experience don’t work that well on mobile. We decided it would be best to simply roll our own module for WPtouch Pro to include this functionality for mobile sites. Related posts are determined by evaluating all types of taxonomy that are assigned to a post. It even works with custom post types as well.

Research shows that adding related entries to the bottom of posts can decrease bounce rates (how often someone will leave your site after visiting that page) by up to 50%, so adding related post content can be a great way to increase visitors exploring your site a bit further.

All WPtouch Pro users with a valid support and auto-update license can update via the WordPress administration panel. The built in mobile WordPress themes for WPtouch Pro already include this feature, so simply enable the display of Related Posts from the WPtouch Pro administration panel. Enjoy!