Promote Your Mobile App with Appix

September 1st in WordPress Themes by .

With the rise of Android and iOS, more people are now interested in creating and selling their own Android or iOS applications. As long as you have a nice idea and can execute it wonderfully, there is no reason you can’t build a decent business around your application. But before you can take your app to the next level, you are going to need a website to promote it. Appix for WordPress is an attractive theme that lets you do just that.

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There was a time when you could get away with having a simple site explaining the main benefits of your application. That approach may or may not work today. But people have become a bit spoiled with the applications that have interactive sites around. Appix Theme is pretty dynamic and gives you enough opportunities to push the benefits of your application, your other projects, and even your updates.

Appix is not a theme you can just pick up and slap on your website to promote your app. You have to do some tweaks here and there to get it to work for your business. You want to upload your testimonials, social media profiles, and other information. This theme does have multiple page templates to save you time setting it up.

I have seen many app developers who try to create their own websites to save some money in the process. If you have the time and drive for it, more power to you. But focusing on your core business processes gives you a better chance to stay competitive in this cut throat business. Themes such as Appix save you time setting your website up.

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Wytze February 27, 2012 at 9:12 am

I bought Appix and like the way it looks. Unfortunately, when you open the Appix theme from a mobile phone, it does not present a boiled-down version of my site: everything is squeezed onto the tiny screen. I had assumed a theme that's designed for promoting apps would have special CSS rules for small screens.

This sucks, since my app contains a few links to my website where I can explain a few more things to the user.

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Cyrus February 27, 2012 at 11:14 am

I see what you mean. There are ways you can get around it but are probably not ideal … e.g. using WP Touch and things like that. I assume when you pay for a theme, you want it to be responsive. Have you contacted the developer about this?

I have written a post if the mobile design you are getting does not work for you: http://www.wpjedi.com/make-wordpress-mobile-frien

Basically, what you do is serve the theme as is to desktop users but use a different template for the mobile version. There are free plugins that do that.

I hope it helps.

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