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… led and backed by Google, they bring the potential for 1) broad adoption, 2) lots of resources, and 3) favorable treatment from Android, Chrome and Google Search. What’s so great about Progressive Web Apps? PWAs bring native app-like functions and features to websites. They should (depending on the quality of the build) work on all smart devices…
To date the leaders of restaurant takeaway and delivery have prospered, largely, on an open approach, that allows customers to choose between mobile web and apps. But a new breed led by UberEats and Amazon Prime won’t allow mobile web access, as they attempt to drive people download their native apps.
… for Apple products. It offers additional functionality that the default iOS keyboard does not– including drag/swipe-to-text (a la SwiftKey and Swype) and a native search function. The latter is a very big deal. In 2013, Google’s contract to be the default search provider for Apple devices expired, and Bing was the resulting beneficiary, powering…
… and the native app. Depending on your viewpoint, the hybrid app is the best-of-both-worlds or a botch that fails to match up to the qualities of either parent. Whether your app turns out to be one or the other often depends on the execution of the project. The best-of-both-worlds: hybrid apps have the cross-platform appeal of a browser-based app…