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Progressive Web Apps (PWA) may be the great equalizer for Microsoft, Google and Apple


Staff member
Dec 17, 2013
PWA Twitter app.
What if there was one app standard Microsoft, Google and Apple all adopted? Progressive Web Apps (PWA) may be that great equalizer.
The current app model is robust and thriving but has shortcomings.

Millions of available apps make discoverability difficult, developers find building and maintaining apps for different ecosystems a challenge, and app development can be expensive. In an increasingly connected world, PWAs may solve these problems. They're universal, easy to build and maintain, cost-effective and searchable. Critics contend that Microsoft, Google, and Apple would never adopt a single app platform that challenges the established model. But those critics are wrong.

Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...


New member
Nov 1, 2014
I'd love to see this....let my browser do the work...
No app gap
No waiting for apps per platform...
But that single app platform issue.....turn to a neutral body....I hate to say it...government?