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Microsoft is partnering with PWABuilder to allow some developers with progressive web apps to post them on the Microsoft Store for free. This limited-time offer will end on September 15.
Microsoft has announced three significant changes for those wanting to publish apps in the Microsoft Store: new features for PWAs, faster Win32 certification, and Android app submission open to all.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of the Teams Progressive Web App (PWA) on Linux. This variant offers the latest features at a faster pace, along with desktop capabilities.
Microsoft has enabled a new API called Window Controls Overlay by default in Edge. It allows Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to feel more native through UX adjustments instead of focusing on performance.
Chrome 102 packs a bunch of enhancements for PWAs including the ability for them to act as a file handler and also take advantage of more real estate with custom window controls overlay.
Microsoft Edge 101 has hit the Stable Channel. This release contains a dedicated toolbar button for a PWA hub, improvements to default profiles, and the ability to resurface the certificate picker.
Microsoft Edge Canary has a new feature to make it easier for the users to install web apps on all their devices. It is currently in the testing phase and is rolling out in a phased manner.
Microsoft says that web apps will now be capable of using protocol handlers. This feature comes with support for Windows, Linux, and Mac, and is available in other Chromium-based browsers as well.
Chrome 96 is rolling out today with some performance improvements in page navigation and retention of PNG metadata in clipboard. It also faces some pushback from the Safari WebKit team.
As part of its monthly update, Twitter is bringing the ability to soft-block a user on its Progressive Web App. This allows users to remove an account from following them, without blocking them.
Google Chat is introducing dark theme to its desktop web and Progressive Web App (PWA) versions more than a year after rolling out the same experience to its Android and iOS versions.
Chrome 92 will be rolling out later today. It contains a bunch of exciting features including enhancements to PWAs, Bluetooth device filtering, and deprecation of a problematic payment handler config.
Mircosoft's Edge Insider channel roadmap has been updated today which now contains all the upcoming features the browser will receive. There is a slew of new changes and improvements coming.
Microsoft is working on a new feature that will allow developers to customize the title bar on progressive web apps, making them look more like native apps on each operating system.
Google Chrome 89 is now live, and the company has started warning developers to offer offline experiences for installable PWAs. This will become mandatory with Chrome 93 later this year.
Twitter has updated its progressive web app (PWA) with support for the new Birdwatch feature, DM request improvements, and more. The retweet button experience has also changed to its default.
Microsoft has added a hidden flag to the Canary version of the Edge browser, which allows web apps to open as tabbed windows, thus keeping links for the same website in the same window.
Twitter has once again rounded up the latest changes made to its progressive web app over the past few weeks. These updates include a new retweet experience that promotes quote tweets.
Twitter has once again gone over the recent updates to its Progressive Web App, highlighting some of the new features such as branded like animations, as well as some smaller improvements.
Microsoft has been working on improving the PWA experience for Microsoft Edge users. The company has added a new feature that allows Chromium Edge Canary users to launch PWAs at Windows startup.
Google has been committed to improving the PWA experience on Chrome. Today the company has rolled out a new update for Chrome Canary users that brings the ability to launch PWAs at startup on Windows.
Yesterday we reported that Google Chrome Canary is allowing PWAs to show shortcut menus for the pinned websites. Now, Microsoft has updated Edge Canary to add the feature to the web browser.
Users running Chrome Canary on Windows and Android can now try out app shortcuts for installed PWAs, where supported. This brings a more native feel when long-pressing or right-clicking the PWA icons.
Twitter has gone over some of the recent updates to the progressive web app, which is the default Twitter experience on the web, as well as on Windows 10, with a few accessibility improvements.
Google has replaced the Twitter and Youtube TV Android apps in the Play Store with Progressive Web Apps for Chrome OS users. The Play Store now installs the PWA version by default.
Instagram's Direct Messages feature is now available for all users on the web after being in testing with a small group. The change to the web app means that it applies to the Windows 10 app as well.
Following up on its promise, Instagram has now updated its Windows 10 app to be a Progressive Web App. It supports Direct Messaging, so you shouldn't be missing out on many features.
In the most recent round of updates to its Progressive Web App, Twitter has added the ability to react to direct messages with emoji. The updates also include improvements to accessibility and more.
Microsoft has canceled its plans to release a Progressive Web App for Windows Insiders that would have given them access to all sorts of information related to the Windows Insider Program.
Google Drive is now available as a Progressive Web App, meaning you can start using the service as a native app on Windows 10 PCs and Chromebooks. The PWA experience isn't complete just yet, though.
Microsoft is working on a new feature for the Chromium-based Edge browser, which will allow web apps to be treated by Windows 10 as if they were native apps, with custom jump lists and more.
Twitter has once again detailed some of the changes made to its Progressive Web App, which is just the regular Twitter website now. The latest updates include new features and improvements.
Twitter has been working on its Progressive Web App for some time now, serving it to mobile users and Windows 10 users through the Store app. Now, it's rolling out the experience to everyone.
According to a tipster, Twitter appears to be testing an updated UI for its progressive web app that will combine several view customizations and supersede the existing dark mode toggle.
Twitter has published a new changelog revealing some of the recent changes to its Progressive Web App, including the ability to use up to five accounts without having to sign out and back in.
Microsoft is continuing to make improvements on its new Chromium-based Edge browser. Now, if you install a PWA from the app, it will show up in the top level of the Start Menu instead of a folder.
Today, Microsoft announced the general availability of PWABuilder 2.0. The new web app includes a Feature Store, which provides code snippets that you can copy and paste into your Progressive Web App.
Twitter has been making some improvements to its Progressive Web app for the past few weeks, and today the company detailed some of the changes that have been rolled out to users recently.