Progressive Web Apps are the future to offering fast, integrated, reliable, and engaging mobile shopping experiences.
PWAs are light. They exponentially improve loading time, creating a smooth native performance for users.
PWAs integrate app-like user experiences and interactions while maintaining full website functionalities.
Service workers help PWAs cache key assets and data on devices, allowing applications to load and perform seamlessly with no connectivity.
The ability to send push notifications drives engagement and increases conversion rates by keeping users notified and up-to-date.
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Brands increasingly utilize Progressive Web Apps to bridge the gap between native apps and websites to create better user experiences.
Uber built their PWA to minimize the client footprint while maintaining the rich experience of the native app.
The Starbucks PWA makes their service universally accessible to both established and emerging markets.
Lancôme's PWA aimed to drive traffic and re-engagement, which ultimately saw a 17% increase in conversions.
PWAs are a rapidly developing technology that sees continuous progressive enhancements. It is on the fast-track to become the new standard for mobile-first solutions.
Built as webpages, PWAs' cost of development is much lower than native apps. Independent of operating systems or marketplaces, updates are done automatically and PWAs eliminate the need for super-specialized developers.
PWAs are free of marketplace fees and control. There is no 30% commission fee, and businesses are able to deliver features directly to end-users without marketplace interference.