Microsoft lost some PWA momentum during its year-long shift to Chromium for the new Edge. But that’s over now.
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It looks like Google has slowly started replacing certain Android apps with Progressive Web Apps in the Play Store. The change only affects two major apps for now.
The new version of Microsoft Edge will more seamlessly integrate with Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) on Windows 10.
It’s not just Outlook on the Web: Outlook.com, Microsoft’s consumer email service, is now a Progressive Web App (PWA) too.
It’s finally happening: Microsoft’s web-based email app for commercial Office 365 customers is becoming a PWA.
You can now install progressive web apps as regular apps in Windows 10 with Chrome.
Twitter starts testing a brand new experience for Twitter.com.
Uber once again has an official app for Windows 10. This time, it's a PWA.
Following the public release of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, Twitter is officially launching its new Windows 10 app today.
Microsoft internally started testing a new Teams app for Windows 10 devices based on the web app. Don't get too excited: it's not a PWA.
Progressive Web Apps in Windows 10 are almost here, and Microsoft is confirming its plans for the rollout today.
Twitter Lite is getting updated to adapt to larger screens, making it a viable Twitter client on your computer.