Popular PWA Example 


Tinder is one of the most well-known and effective instances of a progressive online application in 2022. To draw in more customers, the dating app decided to develop PWA. More swipes, profile changes, and time were spent per user session when a PWA was built as opposed to a native app. Tinder PWA also decreased load times from 11.9 to 4.69 seconds. 


With its offline functionality, Starbucks PWA enables users to browse the menu and personalize their orders without constant Internet access. For clients who are constantly on the go and might not have access to the Internet, that is undoubtedly quite convenient. As a result, the new Starbucks PWA assisted the business in seeing a dramatic increase in the daily volume of orders placed by app users. 


The PWA for the social media platform Facebook owns is arguably one of the most close to the provider’s native app. Instagram is another fascinating example since developers have just updated its online interface. The New Stack claims it is no longer a PWA but a native app created with the as-yet-unknown Blocks technology. 


PWA provided Uber with a solution to the problem of poor Internet access and potentially incompatible devices. Everyone can now access a light version of the service. Both the hungry customer and the diligent delivery rider benefit from it.