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Galaxy Store: Samsung also wants to offer web applications in its own application store

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Samsung would like to lift the restrictions of the last few years and no longer just present native Android apps in the internal app store. After all, so-called progressive web apps have been around for a while, running in the browser and mainly only accessible online, but on smartphones and other devices as natively installed apps. […]


Samsung would like to lift the restrictions of the last few years and no longer just present native Android applications in the internal application store. After all, so-called progressive web apps have been around for a while, running in the browser and only accessible primarily online, but they can behave like apps installed natively on smartphones and other devices, regardless of operating system. I personally work with him every day.

Galaxy Store lists web apps

Regardless, Samsung is now bringing these PWAs to its own Galaxy Store and promoting them to its own users and customers. A separate category has even been introduced in the Galaxy Store in which we can find web applications. For users and developers, this has the advantage of having their own cross-platform web application that works the same or at least very similar everywhere.