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Top Mobile Content Management Systems

With so many users accessing the Internet from mobile devices, you can’t afford not to have a mobile version of your website. The number of users buying products from the web using their smartphones is increasing, so if you want to expand your target audience to mobile users and get a better conversion from them, get your website mobile-ready.

The first thing you have to do is find a reliable and easy to use Content Management System (CMS) for your mobile website. Mobile CMSs are different from CMSs for websites, especially because when designing for smartphone you have to make sure your site is displaying properly on most every mobile phone. You can either use an open source CMS or a paid one, depending on the features you want to have.

Free CMS for mobile websites



This free CMS is easy to use but what differentiates it are the features it supports, such as: ringtones, wallpapers, Java games and videos. You can choose whatever skin you think is more appropriate for the type of website you own.


Micro is a fancier CMS framework and that’s because aside from managing the content on your pages, the CMS portal will show you how your mobile site performs on different mobile devices.


Wap-2-Go is a mobile CMS that can help you manage the content on your website, without having to code anything. It’s ideal for users with little programming skills. You can use some of the pre-designed themes they’ve got available or customize them to fit your brand. If you’re having problems using this CMS, you can always ask for help on their forum.


Joomla! Is an open source CMS with an easy to use interface. This means that you won’t have trouble finding your way around even if you don’t have a lot of experience with CMSs. It includes a lot of extensions and plugins you can use to add certain features and enhance the functionality of your mobile website.

Paid CMS For Mobile Websites

If your budget allows you to invest a bit in more powerful CMS, then these ones are worth checking out.


The Wapple mobile CMS helps you build your mobile website and manage it. Aside from that, you have access to reporting tools with statistics on conversions. This can help you review the mobile user’s behavior on your site and give you ideas on how to increase conversion rates.


This one is a very good CMS if you own an ecommerce website where you’re selling products. It allows you to manage the content and build a functional website easily.


Plone is a bit easier to use and flexible CMS for building mobile sites. You can use different add-ons to improve the functionality of your website and make sure your visitors enjoy browsing around.


This CMS is very popular on the web and you can use it to build mobile website for iPhones, as well as Android phones. With SiteCore, you can get your mobile site up and running as fast as you need it.


With this mobile CMS you can build your mobile site and manage the content on it. Depending on the package you choose, you can get access to several templates and plugins.

Do you have a mobile site? If you do, what CMS are you using?

Author: Alice

Alice is an enthusiast blogger. She loves to write articles related to web design, WordPress, UI / UX and design trends.

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  • Mike

    You might want to check Jaenovation Cloud CMS / Mobile version at http://www.jaenovation.com/mobile-cms
    I like it because it is a microsoft product + cloud based
    Their showcases are pretty impressive and they also provide elite design service

  • Another CMS built from the ground-up specifically for Mobile is Apollo Mobile CMS:


    It utilizes HTML5, CSS3, video, media and next generation mobile technology.

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  • The list of mobile CMS mentioned in this blog is simple awesome! Personally speaking I didn’t know that a mobile CMS are different from a website CMS. After going through this blog, it helped me enhance my knowledge about the same.

    I agree with the writer on the fact that more amd more people are using their handsets to shop online. This can easily be understood by the rising number of smartphones being sold worldwide. I also agree with the fact that websites cannot be opened on mobiles very easily. This is why using specially desined CMSs for mobile phones makes sense.

    This is a must read blog for any professional planning to start a mobile website for various purposes. I sincerely thank the writer to come up with this list.

  • Nice list. I think Joomla CMS is listed here is for website CMS and also gives readymade mobile site. Micro CMS link is not open and Wap 2 Go does not provide platform for Mobile CMS.