THE BEST SHOPIFY THEMES FOR MOBILE BROWSING

 THE BEST SHOPIFY THEMES FOR MOBILE BROWSING

 

If you don’t know that mobile browsing is the future of online shopping, then you’ve been living under a rock. If you’ve been living under a rock, welcome back. Let’s get you up to date.

Shopify is an eCommerce platform that heaps of businesses use to host their websites. It is easy to set up, manage, and customise. People love using it, customers love shopping on it.

What customers love is a website that is easy to navigate on both desktop and mobile. There have been so many times when I’ve abandoned my cart because it was too annoying to shop on my phone. And I am not alone as the thousands of abandoned carts testify.

If you want to get more conversions on your mobile site, choose one of the best Shopify themes for mobile browsing. It will make life easier for everyone.

If you need help with customising a theme or managing your site, get in touch with our Shopify developers. They have all the expertise you need to keep your online store running smoothly.

 

The Best Shopify Themes for Mobile Shopping

To be honest, if you aren’t looking for a responsive design on any website, there is something wrong with your strategy. Everyone should have a website that is compatible with desktops, tablets, and phones. If you don’t, you’re making life harder for everyone and your sales.

With that in mind, nearly every Shopify theme is mobile compatible. But what makes some mobile sites better than others?

Look out for these key factors:

Check Out Process

If you can find a theme with an inbuilt one-step-checkout, you’re in business. Take a look at the checkout process - the simpler it is, the better. If you’ve found a theme you like but it doesn’t have this feature, don’t worry, you can install an extension later on that will streamline your checkout.

Navigation

The best Shopify themes for mobile browsing are those that are easy to navigate. Look for a theme with a responsive menu, search bar, and category pages. Side bars and drop down menus will help your customers find their way without your directory taking up the whole screen.

Design

Even though some themes are ‘mobile compatible’ they don’t look great on your phone. Do a quick preview to check what the pages look like. Common issues include text that is too large, images that take up the whole screen, and problems with embedded media.

The best thing you can do is take your theme for a test run and make sure everything looks the way it should. If you find it difficult or annoying to use, your customers will too.

 

Recommended Themes for Mobile Shopify

Without any further ado, here are some of the themes we think you should consider for your mobile shopping needs.

In any case, you should consult with our team to get a business specific recommendation. That way, we can make sure you get all the features you need in one theme.

The Split theme has a 100% positive rating on the Shopify theme store. One customer said that “This theme is AMAZING! I am very happy with my choice of the SPLIT theme. I searched far and wide to see which theme looks best on mobile and full screen and your theme came out tops! Design, layout and ease of use is highly rated in my books.”

Another theme with 100% positive reviews is Handy. It is a mobile first design which means it is designed specifically for smaller devices and mobiles. It has a multi column menu that drops down so it won’t take up the whole page.

The Broadcast theme is great for businesses selling clothing or jewellery. Its mobile friendly design features a look-book extension that connects Instagram posts to your products as well as colour swatches, and product quick view.

 

Contact Realize Online Today

The best Shopify themes for mobile are easy to find when you know what you’re looking for. Don’t try and work it all out yourself. Your time is better spent growing your business.

Let our team of experts get your website set up in the best way today.

Contact us now for a consultation.

Check out our other blog: What Shopify theme is that? 

Author: Anna Clark - Copywriter & Digital Marketing Assistant, Realize Online