Build the perfect mobile app for your WordPress based business
Convert your WordPress website into a mobile app, publish on the app stores. It’s easy and affordable.
Use your existing WordPress content
Create an app using your existing WordPress posts, pages, products, and media. Add custom content, send push notifications, and more.
Put your business on the app store
Submit your app to the iOS App Store, Google Play, and more. People all over the world can download (or purchase) your app.
All types of businesses can build an app, restaurants, churches, WooCommerce stores, gyms, schools, and more.
Design in WordPress
Design your app and customize it the same way you build a normal WordPress site. No objective C, Java or SDK knowledge necessary.
Customize & Extend
Use our plugins and themes to make WordPress look and behave like a native app. Use sliding panels, menus, and tap into device hardware.
Sell in App Stores
Send us your app to package it for the native app stores for iOS, Android, & more. Let people all over the world download and use your app!
Leverage your WordPress knowledge to start building mobile apps quickly.
Build your app with no coding using Reactor.
Full WordPress integration
Most app builders only use a feed from your WordPress site, but only AppPresser lets you use features like plugins, users, and content.
Update site & app together
Manage your site and app in one place; add new content to your site, and it is automatically updated in the app.
You own & host the app
There’s no separate app builder that you are tied to, you own and host your app, just like your WordPress site.
No monthly fees
Nobody likes monthly fees, so don’t pay them! You own AppPresser the same way you own your plugins or themes.
What people are saying
— Jeff Matson (@TheJeffMatson) December 10, 2013
Will be tweeting about @apppresser nonstop. Been working on this with the team for a while. Trust me, it’s awesome.
— Justin Sternberg (@Jtsternberg) December 5, 2013
— Chad Norman (@chadnorman) December 6, 2013
— alex vasquez (@alexjvasquez) December 5, 2013
— WooThemes (@woothemes) December 5, 2013