We previously talked about PWA’s and how they can help companies increase their revenue and positioning. Now, we want to give you some examples of companies with successful PWAs, that are creating a better navigation experience for their users:
The world-famous coffee shop companies are providing an accessible, user-friendly online ordering platform, capable of delivering a similar experience to their existing native app. Starbucks PWA allows their customers to browse the menu, customize orders, and add items, even without internet access. Once customers are online, they can view location-specific pricing and place their food and drinks orders.
To improve the customer experience, BMW sought to provide quality and engaging content, which reflects their values. With high-resolution images and videos and faster web load times, the BMW application has created a 4X increase in people clicking from the homepage to a BMW sales site, 50% growth in mobile users, and 49% more site visits compared to the old site.
Make my Trip:
MakeMyTrip.com is India’s leading travel company, with around 8 million monthly visitors, two-thirds coming from mobile apps. And with their new PWA, It has become the most preferred channel for bookings, thanks to their fast, reliable, and polished mobile-web experience.
The world’s most popular social magazine allows readers to stay updated about all news, topics, and events in one single place. Before launching their PWA, Flipboard was a mobile app, and you could only access it from mobile devices. Now, thanks to their new PWA which minimizes data usage, they are delivering a fast-browsing, almost identical experience to their native app directly on the web.
Uber web was rebuilt from scratch as a PWA to offer a comparable booking experience to the native mobile app. It is designed to make car booking viable on 2G. It is accessible on all modern browsers, and it is also great for riders on low-end devices, which may not be compatible with the native Uber app.
Pinterest started its new mobile web experience from the ground, after finding that only 1% of their mobile users convert into sign-ups or app installs, due to poor mobile performance. Using PWA technology, they increase their KPIs on user time spent by 40%, user-generated ad revenue by 44%, and core engagements by 60%.
Soundslice created advanced music education software to deliver a great learning experience. This PWA revolutionized the way musicians learn and practice their music, making the process of learning a musical piece for self-taught users easier and more efficient. This process allows new students to access from their phone or a large-screen desktop while enabling music teachers to use the tool to create interactive music lessons. Focusing on learning from recordings, Soundslice also has a store that sells lessons and transcriptions
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