Upload your Progressive web app (PWA) to Google Playstore is now made easy. Keep watching this video to learn how we converted Airhorn pwa to playstore.
Convert existing PWA to Google Play ready Android apps using PWA2APK.
For more details: https://appmaker.xyz/pwa-to-apk/
Easily generate PWApk for your PWA site.
Why upload PWA on Android Playstore
Lesser App size
Remove “Add to Homescreen”
Feels like an app (For Real!)
Sync with chrome
Synced with web
1. What makes PWA2APK unique?
Unlike Webview apps, PWA Android apps created using PWA2APK are built on top of TWA (Trusted Web Activity). Push notification and Cache works default in TWA.
2. Is this PWA Android app for Free?
Yes. It’s of no cost. You can support us by writing about PWA2APK and linking us back.
3. Do you provide source codes for PWApk?
Yes. We do provide source code for the APK generated.
4. How does PWA2APK work?
We understood the process to convert PWA’s to Android app is an hectic and one that require many dev hours. Using Appmaker engine, we were able to automate processes. This helped it to be one-click tool, where all you need to do is provide URL and app name.
5. Are you delivering a signed APK? What about that certificate?
The APK generated is signed. Every user has his own certificate generating.
You can get the certificates, source code as well as APK at the last step.
6. Would you help to Uploading PWA Android app to Playstore?
Yes. You can read our support documentation. And if still with doubts, you can always reach us for assistance.
8. How is TWA different from Webview?
There are a few things that make Trusted Web Activities different from other ways to integrate web content with your app:
1) Content in a Trusted Web activity is trusted — the app and the site it opens are expected to come from the same developer. (This is verified using Digital Asset Links.)
2) Trusted Web activities come from the web: they’re rendered by the user’s browser, in exactly the same way as a user would see it in their browser except they are run fullscreen. Web content should be accessible and useful in the browser first.
3) Browsers are also updated independent of Android and your app — Chrome, for example, is available back to Android Jelly Bean. That saves on APK size and ensures you can use a modern web runtime. (Note that since Lollipop, WebView has also been updated independent of Android, but there are a significant number of pre-Lollipop Android users.)
4) The host app doesn’t have direct access to web content in a Trusted Web activity or any other kind of web state, like cookies and localStorage. Nevertheless, you can coordinate with the web content by passing data to and from the page in URLs (e.g. through query parameters, custom HTTP headers, and intent URIs.)
5) Transitions between web and native content are between activities. Each activity (i.e. screen) of your app is either completely provided by the web, or by an Android activity
9. Is this safe? Do we know it doesn’t inject code?
This is completely safe and there is no way which we can inject code to TWA. To add to more credibility, we are giving away the source code for the generated APK in next update.
10. I am lost. What did you say this tool does?
It convert PWA to APK file in just few clicks. It works using TWA, which promises availability of PWA’s on Google Playstore. Using PWA2APK, you can convert existing PWA’s to APK file, which inturn can be uploaded to Google Playstore.
Convert any PWA (Progressive web app) to Google Play Ready Apps.
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