WordPress Responsive Themes

List of Responsive Themes Truly Mobile Friendly

Purchasing Professional / Premium Responsive WordPress Themes

device comparison

From Cyber Chimps

iFeature Pro:  http://demos.cyberchimps.com/ifeaturepro/

Neuro Pro: http://demos.cyberchimps.com/neuropro/

Cyberchimps Pro: http://cyberchimps.com/store/cyberchimpspro/

From Elegant Themes

Lucid: http://www.elegantthemes.com/demo/?theme=Lucid

Trim: http://www.elegantthemes.com/demo/?theme=Trim

Aggregate: http://www.elegantthemes.com/demo/?theme=Aggregate

From Themes Kingdom

Invisi: http://www.themeskingdom.com/demo/invisi/

Seekr: http://www.themeskingdom.com/demo/seekr/

From My Theme Shop

Minimalist: http://demo.mythemeshop.com/s/?theme=Minimalist

Swift: http://demo.mythemeshop.com/s/?theme=Swift

What you should care about responsive themes?

When you are purchasing a theme you should ask some questions:

Can you use the theme more than one domain?
Does it comes with a multi-use GPL license – it means when you purchase it youcan use it on as many websites or projects as you want.
Is the theme fully responsive design? Does it work all platforms and browsers?
Is it touch friendly ? Which means it should work properly on the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices?
Does it support custom CSS or child theming?
Does the theme scales images respectfully?
Does it have Drag and Drop theme options?
Can you remove theme owner’s credit link?
Does it support widgets?
Does the theme comes with free icons?

It is always a plus to have:

  • Simplicity. A minimal design in order to be light-weight
  • Readability. Typography-focused theme. It should provide comfort reading and fast loading. Regardless of the font size, the theme should be readable. Using CSS 3 and able to use Google Font typography is a big advantage.

I tested these themes on many browsers ( Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 10 ) as well as iPhone 3, 4, 5, iPad mini, iPad 2, MacAir, iMac and PC.