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    PWAs are the craze right now, and they are super helpful in bringing new apps to Windows devices. Here's a list of PWAs we think should be in the Microsoft Store.
    Now that Windows 10 supports Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) in the Microsoft Store, it's time to start looking at a few PWAs that are available online right now and that would be right at home in the Store. Bringing PWAs to the Store is an easy and convenient way for developers to bring apps to Windows 10 without having to port an existing app from iOS or Android. And PWAs are universal, across Windows 10, and other platforms.

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    06-27-2018 05:10 AM

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