PWA vs WEBSITE
PWA's deliver an exemplary user experience. It is a perfect blend of desktop and mobile application experience to give the best of both the platforms to the end-users.
Adoptive. PWA's are responsive on all browsers and mobile devices where websites are not. (PWA's are compatible on old browsers and old mobile devices)
Higher Loading Speed. PWAs use “App Shell” comprising code that gets cached to your mobile when you load it to the first time and then it can be subsequently run, making it much more faster and feel like a real app. As the content are already in cached so it makes it possible for PWA to run in offline mode as well.
PWA's offer Push notifications, an extremely powerful tool.
Progressive Web Apps deliver a sleek, stylish, and eye-catching appearance. PWA's are built using the same technologies as regular websites but with one crucial difference: they are designed to work well on mobile devices. This means that your PWA can take advantage of features like push notifications and in-app navigation, which make it easier for users to navigate and find what they’re looking for.
Google Search. PWAs, like responsive websites, can be indexed and ranked by search engines like Google. However, PWAs have some advantages regarding SEO due to their ability to provide a more app-like experience and faster loading times, which Google ranks very highly in search.
PWA's embrace top-notch features that responsive websites lack. PWA's incorporate cutting-edge features and bridge the gap between a conventional website and a native app by blending the essence of both. No responsive website can provide push notifications, offline mode, add to the home screen, or background sync.
The above short comparison doesn’t leave any doubt that progressive web applications offer far more benefits than responsive websites in terms of provided user experience and features. Lyft, Twitter, Starbucks and more are already adopted PWAs
An escape hatch from the App Stores
Progressive Web Apps use modern web capabilities to deliver fast, native-app experiences with no app stores or downloads, and all the goodness of the web.
Works offline and performs well on low quality networks.
A fraction of the size of a traditional app store app.
Loads in seconds, with smooth interactions inside the app.
Always up-to-date with the latest content served instantly.
Runs on desktop and mobile, or anywhere you find a browser.
Allows users to “keep” apps they find useful on their home screen.