Santa Tracker is a fun and educational experience for everyone-a holiday tradition here at Google. In 2016, we upgraded the Santa Tracker site to support offline via the Service Worker API.
Voot.com launches their media Progressive Web App in India. Within days of implementation, session time per user increased by 39% and daily views per user by 15%.
Dance Tonite is an ever-changing VR collaboration with the band LCD Soundsystem and their fans. Built in WebVR, the project works across platforms–with and without VR–giving users a different role into the experience depending on their device. Project creators Jonathan Puckey, Moniker and Google’s Data Arts Team’s creative decisions and advanced optimization techniques enabled high-quality performance–close to 60FPS for 3DoF and 90FPS for 6DoF–and a compelling user experience across all platforms using a single codebase.
Forbes is re-defining modern web development with Progressive Web App technology.
Infobae took advantage of service worker to deliver reliable performance on unreliable networks. Their best-in-class PWA achieved a performance score of 93/100 on Lighthouse, an automated tool for measuring web-page quality.
After implementing AMP and a Progressive Web App, Mynet saw a significant increase in user engagement, with the average time spent on their mobile site rising 43%
The Twitter Lite Progressive Web App combines the best of the modern web and native features to deliver a more robust experience, with explicit goals for instant loading, user engagement and lower data consumption
The Weather Company, an IBM Business, serves an average of 40 billion forecast requests every day, helping people plan their daily lives and make better decisions based on weather.
With WebVR, anyone can explore Matterport's library of over 300,000 VR Spaces with a WebVR-enabled browser. Tour everything from celebrity homes to museums, canyons, iconic architecture, and beyond.
Since launching Smart Lock, the Guardian has seen a 44% increase in cross-platform signed-in users, compared to 10% the 35 weeks leading up to the launch
AMP helps the Washington Post increase returning users from mobile search by 23%!
"We are committed to improving speed across the board. If our site takes a long time to load, it doesn’t matter how great our journalism is, some people will leave the page before they see what’s there"
David Merrell, Senior Product Manager, The Washington Post
Most Indian users reach the Internet via 2G and 3G networks, so a fast user experience is essential. To decrease load times, Housing.com added Service Workers and streamlined their site to help consumers quickly find what they’re looking for. Users can continue browsing properties and reviewing previous searches, all while offline.
"We finally have a way to retain users on the mobile web. This has been a game changer for us!"
Dai Shibayama, manager, Smart Device Division, Recruit Sumai Company Ltd.
George.com is a leading UK clothing brand, part of ASDA Walmart. After upgrading their site to a Progressive Web App (PWA), the brand saw a 31 percent increase in mobile conversion.
Ele.me is the biggest food ordering and delivery company in mainland China. They built their Progressive Web App (PWA) as a multi-page app to improve its mobile web experience, making it faster and more reliable in flaky connections, while accommodating their operational needs to best serve their customers.
BookMyShow is India’s largest ticketing firm, with 50+ million monthly visitors. They developed an improved version of their mobile website using a Progressive Web App (PWA), optimizing speed and removing data constraints, which resulted in an 80+% increase in conversions.
With Smart Lock, AliExpress was able to improve the user experience in their app and websites: it’s faster for users to login and start the shopping journey, users do not need to constantly remember their passwords, and users can be automatically signed in when moving between platforms like Android and Chrome web.
Traffic to Jumia's PWA has eclipsed that of their native app by more than 12 times and is still growing. Jumia also saw a 50% bounce-rate decrease.
To drive both traffic and re-engagement, luxury cosmetics brand Lancôme launched a Progressive Web App (PWA) to deliver a fast, app-like experience on the mobile web.
Ola's new Progressive Web App is PWA is 300X smaller than downloading the Android app and 500X smaller than downloading their iOS app. Repeat visits use as little as 10KB. This low data consumption translates into a 3.4-second first visit and less than a second for repeat visits.
For OLX, creating a Progressive Web App increased engagement by 250% and reduced page time to interactive by 23%.
Alibaba.com is the world’s largest online business-to-business (B2B) trading platform, serving 200+ countries and regions. After upgrading their site to a Progressive Web App (PWA), they saw a 76 percent increase in total conversions across browsers.
"Smarter shopping, better living!" is the motto of AliExpress, a website where shoppers can buy everything from baby clothes to refrigerators directly from China. Part of the Alibaba Group, the global online retail marketplace is now a popular e-commerce site in America, Russia, and Brazil.
"Push Notifications are a huge part of our mobile engagement strategy. It’s a more personal way to communicate with our customers. That’s incredibly valuable to our bottom line."
Mujeeb Hazzaa, Chief Business Development Officer
"We finally have proper means to address our fastest growing pool of customers — mobile web users. That’s incredibly valuable. We even see better results from web Push Notifications than from app pushes."
Jeremy Doutte, Jumia CEO
"For us, it’s no longer an either-or decision. To reach new users, we must be on the mobile web!",
Weihan Liew, BaBe CEO.
"We estimate that with our new light, super-fast, UX-rich browsing capability, customers’ data consumption will fall dramatically which we believe will result in a corresponding increase in conversions."
Shola Adekoya, Konga.com CEO.
"With a new user growth rate of 100%, quarter-on-quarter, the mobile web is at the heart of our success...It’s a major venue for low-cost and highly effective customer acquisition and engagement."
Lucas Lu, 5miles CEO
NET-A-PORTER implemented a component-based design on their online properties using Google's Polymer library. The result was a large saving in development time, standarized code across their sites and an improved SEO performance through use of structured data.
In 2015, Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce site, adopted an app-only strategy and temporarily shut down their mobile website. The company found it harder and harder to provide a user experience that was as fast and engaging as that of their mobile app. But then, Flipkart decided to rethink their development approach. They were drawn back to the mobile web by the introduction of features that made the mobile web run instantly, work offline, and re-engage users.
After launching a Progressive Web App, MakeMyTrip.com's conversion rate on the mobile web tripled, while their page-load speed improved by 38%.
There's a new way to deliver amazing user experiences on the web. Travel company Wego has built a successful AMP based Progressive Web App (PWA).
Carnival Cruise Line, one of the world’s largest leisure-travel companies, wanted to enhance how it re-engaged its customers. Working with Mobify, Carnival implemented push notifications for mobile web users on Android and for desktop users on Chrome. The new strategy delivered a 42% engagement rate from customers who receive notifications.