Use Replyable as the best free subscribe to comments experience for WordPress.

But for as little at $2.99 a month it can be so much more.

Plans and Pricing

After installing Replyable you can upgrade directly from your WordPress dashboard in the Settings > Replyable screen.

I love getting emails notifying me of comments because I can reply in my native email client, either on desktop or mobile, no hassle, no links to click.
Chris Klosowski
Co-Lead developer of Easy Digital Downloads / Easy Digital Downloads
Replyable has made commenting fun again, and reminded me of what it used to be like when blogs were the hub of conversation, versus the multiple social channels that blogs fight for attention with.
Danny Brown
Founder | Pure Blogging
I don’t have to check my articles anymore to see if anyone left a comment. I get all comments delivered to my inbox so I don’t miss out on any of them thinking even answer via email. Replyable has definitely made a huge difference.
Nick Schäferhoff
Do you care about the UX of your site comments? #Replyable by @gopostmatic is what you should buy!
Ahmad Awais
WordPress Core Contributor
Replyable has made it much easier for me to moderate comments while on the go. It’s convenient to be able to keep the conversation going without leaving my inbox.
Sarah Gooding
I don’t have to check my articles anymore to see if anyone left a comment. I get all comments delivered to my inbox so I don’t miss out on any of them thinking even answer via email. Replyable has definitely made a huge difference.
Nick Schäferhoff
Replyable gives you a great way of growing conversation on your blog naturally via a source that would otherwise be completely off the table – users’ inboxes. It takes a simple idea and executes it perfectly.
Tom Ewer
I love getting emails notifying me of comments because I can reply in my native email client, either on desktop or mobile, no hassle, no links to click.
Chris Klosowski
Co-Lead developer of Easy Digital Downloads / Easy Digital Downloads
I love the plugin – been using it daily and don’t see myself going back.
Tom McFarlin
Amazing WordPress Nerd and daily blogger at / tommcfarlin.com
I have also moved to Replyable. And without repeating what has been said, in a nutshell, I have tried them all. A lot of them were okay but I seemed to always end up back at the basics. Have to say I’m damn impressed with Replyable so far, more than others. I’m a happy camper!
Bob Dunn
Founder / BobWP.com
When I started my blog I had a decent amount of comments on each post from my friends and family. A few years later, when i started sharing the posts on Facebook, the conversation was no longer happening in my blog but on Facebook (or Twitter, or G+…). That’s a problem, because those conversation get lost after a few days instead of staying under your post forever to make it better. After installing Replyable, I’ve been able to bring the comments section back to live. It’s not only easier for readers to leave a comment, it’s also easier for me to respond to each comment and keep the conversation going. And because Replyable has that added value of making things easier, I have also seen more people subscribing. This plugin might change the way conversations work for blogs!
Andrés De Rojas
The idea what you can comment on a site by simply filing out a comment form and continue the conversation via mail is smart. If you develop a website it’s about building ‘audience’ and increasing ‘engagement’. Any tool that makes me engaged with my audience via email is a smart way since EVERYBODY checks their email daily, right?   Best of all, this plugin is easy to setup! Need help, the developers will get back to you pretty fast…I’m talking minutes. Because of this, I am a new customer. I spent 2 days testing the plugin out to ensure my site wouldn’t have any issues. No issues to report. And, I love the customization features of this plugin. Happy customer. Happy blogger. Happy community.
Adriana Ahner-Bray
Replyable has made commenting fun again, and reminded me of what it used to be like when blogs were the hub of conversation, versus the multiple social channels that blogs fight for attention with.
Danny Brown
Founder | Pure Blogging