Progressive Web Applications Development Services


Make your software accessible anywhere and everywhere with a Progressive Web Application (PWA). This smart solution simulates the behavior of native mobile apps but offers much faster development.


Why choose PWA?
Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) are advanced solutions that provide app-like functionalities on mobile devices. On a desktop, PWAs mimic websites. On a mobile phone, they’re faster and lighter than native apps with similar functions. No app store installation is needed. So PWA allows you to build a website that looks and behaves like a native application across different platforms but provides a whole new experience to the users.

That’s why the popularity of PWAs is rising and more well-known enterprises like Spree, Shopify, Tinder, Uber, Forbes decided to build their online business with it.

It’s installable
If a user visits your website for the second, third, or fourth time, they can add it to their home screen. PWAs offer another level of accessibility making them a great choice for dynamic eCommerce solutions.
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It’s cost-effective
Progressive Web Application development is a much cheaper alternative to native apps since developing the latter requires specific technologies for both platforms (Android and iOS).
It’s performant
PWAs are much lighter, faster and more responsive than the typical native apps. They respond quickly to user interactions with smooth animations, and load instantly without slow-downs.
It’s native-like
Your PWA will deliver the natural experience of a native app mitigating its limitations. Short loading times, great responsiveness, and no tedious scrolling.
It’s offline
PWAs can save data on a user’s device in the cache, which allows users to stay up to date at all times, no matter the speed of Internet connection or the lack of it.
It’s SEO-friendly
PWAs are treated just like websites meaning they are indexed by Google Search Engine. Your potential clients will find your services without trouble.

When to choose PWA?
PWAs are best suited for applications that aim to look and feel like mobile apps but would not necessarily require to use all mobile features. They are also recommended for companies for which SEO is more important than app availability in the app store. They are always worth considering in terms of cost & time perspective being faster and cheaper to build as well as easier to maintain in the future.

PWA Use Cases

The following use cases show that Progressive Web Apps can drive impressive results and help companies thrive.

Spotify - Conversion increase from 26.6% to 46%

The goal for this PWA launch was to register new users for the free version who will update premium after witnessing Spotify’s incredible product experience. They didn’t even have to look for the link, as the buzz for the redesigned app grew around the option to send or embed an interactive playlist. After the deployment, Spotify’s free-to-paid conversion allegedly went from 26.6% in 2015 to an industry-record of 46% in 2019.

After Spotify's PWA launch:

  • There were +30% of monthly active users
  • The number of desktop users rose by 45%
  • +40% average listening hours per month

The Washington Post - 90% increase in page load time speed

As one of the U.S.’ greatest publishers, The Post races to deliver breaking news to a base of 80M followers. With 55% of readers on mobile devices, they commissioned a PWA to increase retention for the channel. The medium’s progressive web app leverages the AMP framework for near-instant page loading. When a user opens an article, all related links displayed on page load in the background to encourage further reading.

After launching the PWA:

  • Page loading time increased by 90%
  • AMP content loaded 88% faster in PWA as compared to responsive website
  • 23% of mobile readers returned in 7 days

Artur Rosa is a front-end architect at Monterail and a Vue enthusiast that's presented at Vuejs Amsterdam in 2021. Take the opportunity to consult with an expert in this technology. Clear up any questions or doubts you may have so your project can move to the next step.

Artur Rosa

Front-End Architect at Monterail

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