Considered this by companies, which operate an online shop, this is a very convenient feature. Consumers are able to buy goods without internet connection. The PWA will save the shopping basket and the payment details local and will proceed the process, as soon as the customer is online again.

It has beeen proven, that internet users are quite fond of PWAs. Large ecommerce platforms had a huge increase of sales after converting their platform into PWAs.

Alibaba, the world’s largest B2B marketplace, serves suppliers and buyers in more than 200 countries. With this global customer base, they needed the most compelling bridge between the users of their native app and the mobile web.

They wanted to deliver a great user experience for both first-time visitors (who often come through the mobile web) and repeat visitors (who often use the native app). Building a great mobile experience for both types of users is an indispensable part of Alibaba.com’s success.

Alibaba’s PWA strategy brought about a 76% increase in total conversions across browsers, along with 14% more monthly active users on iOS and 30% more on Android. The “Add To Homescreen” prompt lead to users re-engaging four times more often than other mobile users.

Here some more examples of well-known companies, which have decided to use a PWA.

Alibaba

 

Alibaba’s Progressive Web App has 14% more users on iOS and has increased its iOS conversion by 76%. Under Android, more than twice as many users (30%) are noted.

To the PWA

If  you want to see the app on your smartphone, just scan the following QR code

 

BMW

 

 

The PWA from BMW favors that BMW’s new website loads 300 times faster than websites of comparable competitors.

In addition, the PWA disseminates content that goes beyond the automotive industry and nevertheless perfectly fits into the BMW brand.

To the PWA

 If  you want to see the app on your smartphone, just scan the following QR code.