A Leicester-based business is giving its customers the chance to harness the next generation of mobile apps with its latest launch. Eazi-Apps, which trains entrepreneurs and other individuals to build their own successful app development firms, had just launched Progressive Web Apps – all new user experiences which can be built into modern websites for the mobile-focused future.
Progressive Web Apps are the next step in the mobile revolution. They provide fast, reliable and engaging experiences, blurring the line between native apps and the web. Eazi-Apps is one of the first organizations in the country to offer progressive web apps to its partners, enabling its global network to extend this cutting-edge web tech to their own customers.
Zakir Daud, CEO of Eazi-Apps said, “We’re excited to launch the next generation of mobile apps to our partners. This represents an exciting opportunity both for the app development businesses we work with as well as their clients and the customers of their clients. There are many benefits to Progressive Web Apps, not least of which is that they maximize the reach of an app. The PWA specific improvements work on almost every browser with commitments from all browsers to include support, so this brings significant audience and marketing benefits for any brand with an app.
Our progressive web apps are also indexed by Google, so once they are up and running on the web, they can be found in the search results. This dramatically improves app discoverability, so those apps which simply aren’t getting the exposure and downloads needed in the App Store, can reach their audience through a search engine instead.”
In addition to the marketing and brand benefits, Progressive Web Apps also have a host of technical advantages, including increased performance with poor data connections, immediate software updates. They also take up less space on the user’s device, making them a highly desirable alternative to a traditional app.
Through its training academy and online learning system, Eazi-Apps partners will have immediate access to this technology, allowing them to role out the new frontier of mobile apps to their own customers.