Appalogues are Progressive Web
Apps delivered through the Web
This technology delivers an app-like experience in your browser. It feels like a native app due to the use of an
App-shell that provides App-style navigations
and gestures. Since progressive apps are
built on the web, they are not tied
to specific devices.
A PWA displays seamlessly and identically on
all devices, including desktop,
mobile, tablet, or whatever
Up until a year ago it may have seemed impossible that something could
replace the almighty native
However, it’s now becoming pretty clear that progressive web apps are on the rise and native apps
are on the way out, as companies like
Twittter, Pinterest, Starbucks and
Alibaba are using them to
This holds even more true for any business, whose customers are looking for a seamless way
to collect loyalty points, book appointments,
or place orders – without needing
to commit to storing an
app on their phone.
While consumers often see the benefits of downloading (and keeping) the Starbucks app, they might find it
harder to justify the download of a business
app that they might use only once a
week, or even once a month.
Customers won’t need to weigh the pros and cons of downloading a certain app with a PWA, as it offers
a streamlined user experience that begins
with how easy they are to access.
All the user has to do is click a link, and voila, the PWA is ready to use! And if they like it, they can save
the app to their home screen, but
they don’t have to.
Compare that to downloading, installing, and setting up a native app, just to use a loyalty program for
the first time.
PWA's can attract broader audiences with its lower barrier to entry. More people are likely to try an
app if all they have to do is click
a link or scan a QR code.
From there they can decide whether they want to continue using the app or not.
After reading the 10 reasons why Appalogues are here to stay, you can have a look at some of
the features of an
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Click on the phone screen below to see
some of the features of an Appalogue
Scan the QR code below to view the
Appalogue on your Phone or Tablet