WPForms Acquires Pirate Forms WordPress Form Plugin

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – 10-04-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — WPForms, the leading drag & drop online form builder plugin for WordPress, announced today that it has acquired Pirate Forms, a popular WordPress contact form plugin by ThemeIsle. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Over 300,000+ Pirate Forms users will be presented with a two-step migration process to make it easy for them to switch to WPForms at no extra cost. The migration wizard is designed to ensure a seamless transition because it migrates all forms and settings to WPForms with just a few clicks.
The drag-and-drop WordPress form builder by WPForms is much more advanced than Pirate Forms. This will allow users to have more features when it comes to creating contact forms, payment forms, subscription forms, surveys forms, and more.
WPForms is currently being used by over 1 million WordPress websites to create online forms, and it currently maintains a 4.9 out of 5 star rating average on WordPress.org. 
 “This acquisition further strengthen’s WPForms’ position in the WordPress ecosystem” said Syed Balkhi, co-founder and CEO of WPForms.
About WPForms
WPForms is on a mission to make online forms easy. WPForms is managed by Awesome Motive Inc., the company behind other popular WordPress plugins and resources including: OptinMonster, MonsterInsights, and WPBeginner.

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