Two weeks ago, Microsoft Store released the first batch of Progressive Web Apps, including ASOS, Skyscanner, and ZipRecruiter. However, according to reports from Windows Central, the company quietly added six PWA applications this week, so the total number of official PWA applications has reached 20 currently. The newly added six PWA apps are Decider, Healthy Way, Subway, The A.V. Club, TomsGuide.com, and Trip Check.
Microsoft explained earlier that it hopes that the encouragers will submit applications to the store. With a small amount of work, they can support dynamic ceramic stickers, push notifications, and even offline functions just like UWP applications.
Currently these advanced features are only supported by Windows 10 Redstone 4, and new features will be available every few weeks.
It should be pointed out that the PWA applications released by Microsoft are relatively basic Web-encapsulated apps that support all versions of Windows 10 (including Windows 10 Mobile).