Progressive Web Apps – PWA – Next Generation Mobile App

Progressive Web Apps – PWA’s – The Next Level Mobile App In Your Businesses Future!

Well optioned Progressive Web Apps (PWA’s) Start @ only $997. More than adequate for most businesses as well as extremely affordable.

Creates experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. Native app store apps have become hugely popular in the past through features such as push notifications, working offline, smooth animations and transitions, loading on the home screen and so on.

Progressive Web Apps (PWA’s) take all the positives of regular Native APPs and boosts them to the next level by:

1) Being Exceptionally Cost Effective – well optioned PWAs start at $997 which can easily put a Progressive Web App in your very near future if you’re looking for a first website or even contemplating a remodel of your current website.

2) Requiring No Downloading

3) Take Up Zero Space On Mobile Devices

4) Super Fast Loading

5) Work Exceedingly Well Under Limited WiFi Situations

Features of PWA’s – Progressive Web App’s

1) Connectivity Independence

2) Progressive Web Applications can work both offline and on low-quality network connections.

3) App-like interface. These apps mimic traditional navigation and interactions of native apps.

4) Push notifications. If used as a part of a good messaging strategy, push notifications can keep customers interested, motivating them to open and use your an app more frequently so you can easily stay connected with your customers, clients or colleagues.

5) Self-updates. Able to update themselves automatically, so apps stay fresh.


Check out below article from FORBES

Why Progressive Web Apps Will Replace Native Mobile Apps

Post written by

Andrew Gazdecki

Andrew Gazdecki is the founder and CEO of Bizness Apps, a company that helps small businesses build mobile solutions to help them grow.

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The need for businesses to target customers on mobile devices is well-established at this point. The question is no longer if they should do it but how. A business that wants to appeal to mobile-based customers has three choices: build a responsive website, develop a native app or create a progressive web app (PWA).

Mobile websites are quick and easy to get to, but they tend to be less pleasant in terms of user experience. Native apps provide the finest user experience, but they are limited to certain devices and have high barriers to adoption. Native apps require a download, which means generating considerable buy-in from consumers first and losing the benefit of impulse behavior. Sitting between these options is the newest mobile solution: the PWA. It combines the best elements of mobile sites and native apps while mitigating their disadvantages.

What Are Progressive Web Apps?

In its simplest sense, a progressive web app is a mobile app delivered through the web. It functions like a native app, due to the use of an app shell that allows for app-style gestures and navigations. The main difference is that there is no need to download it from an app store. It runs, self-contained, right in a web browser. With the help of service workers, a progressive web app is able to load instantly, even in areas of low connectivity. With the help of pre-caching, the app stays up to date at all times, displaying the most recent version upon launching.

Progressive Web Apps Are Efficient And Economical

PWAs are more efficient than native apps. They work on-demand and are always accessible, without taking up a smartphone’s valuable memory or data. By choosing to use a PWA over a native version of the same application, users consume less data (as is the case for the Twitter PWA). However, this doesn’t mean users need to sacrifice the convenience of a native app. They are still able to save the PWA to their home screen — it’s installable without the hassle of a real download.

This not only highlights the improvement in user experience but also the earlier issue of consumer buy-in. Users must make a conscious decision and even a commitment to download and keep a native app. Uninstalling that app is an equally final decision. In contrast, clicking a simple link is an easy task that requires very little consideration, little data storage on your device, no lengthy download period and no installation.