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The Best Examples of Progressive Web Apps (PWA)

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    Tinder is how people meet. It's like real life, but better.
    It's not a regular app: Tinder uses a progressive web app (PWA) to make a web-like experience available to users on mobile devices. In fact, Tinder is one of many companies that has adopted PWA development as a method of engaging with customers more effectively. This approach saves time and costs by combining most of the features of native apps into an easy-to-navigate web platform that can be downloaded by both iOS users (using Safari) and Android users (using Chrome). The result is a mobile app that looks, feels, and functions just like native apps—but requires no additional hardware to use. That’s the beauty of the progressive web app revolution!

    #Social Networks #Dating #Online Dating 60 social mentions

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    Bumble is a social network that allows you to feel empowered while you make those connections, whether you’re dating, looking for friends, or growing your professional network. One first move on Bumble could change your life.
    Founded in 2014, Bumble is a dating app that prioritizes women's safety. It has a clear sense of design with intuitive features. Bumble is one of many examples of dating apps that use progressive web app technology to improve users' experience. After downloading Bumble, users don't have to sign in through a browser every time they use it because everything is stored on their phones. The app offers push notifications when users receive a message or match with someone else, which means no more wondering if you've missed out on anything—you'll know right away!

    #Dating #Social Networks #Online Dating 24 social mentions

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