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Summary : Turning a web app into a Progressive Web App (PWA) and submitting it to 3 app stores requires about a month of work, a few hundred dollars, and lots…
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yesterday by elnaril
I built a PWA and published it in 3 app stores. Here’s what I learned.
progressive-web-apps  app-stores 
yesterday by HighCharisma
Summary: Turning a web app into a Progressive Web App (PWA) and submitting it to 3 app stores requires about a month of work, a few hundred dollars, and lots of red tape. The process was both painful and enlightening. Here’s what I learned.
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2 days ago by WFreeland
I built a PWA and…
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2 days ago by dr3wster
It’s painful, and costs money, to take an existing PWA and get them functional on mobile platforms and listed in the App Store.
mobile  web  apps  apple  google 
2 days ago by euler
Summary: Turning a web app into a Progressive Web App (PWA) and submitting it to 3 app stores requires about a month of work, a few hundred dollars, and lots of red tape. The process was both painful and enlightening. Here’s what I learned. via Pocket
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2 days ago by igorette
Taking a Progressive Web App and publishing it to App Stores
mobile 
2 days ago by shearichard
"It’s painful, and costs money, to take an existing PWA and get them functional on mobile platforms and listed in the App Store."
(winner is Google, MS is runner-up, Apple still sucks)
pwa  webdev  hahaonlyserious  ios  android  apple  google  postmortem 
2 days ago by mechazoidal
It was much harder to publish an app into Apple's app store than Google's or Microsoft's.
appstore  apple  via:HackerNews 
2 days ago by mcherm
Turning a web app into a Progressive Web App (PWA) and submitting it to 3 app stores requires about a month of work, a few hundred dollars, and lots of red tape.
mobile_dev 
2 days ago by zephyr777
First, you might wonder, “Why even put your app in the app stores? Just live on the opened web!”

The answer, in a nutshell, is because that’s where the users are. We’ve trained a generation of users to find apps in proprietary app stores, not on the free and open web.
scale  app 
2 days ago by toddhoff