8x Better mobile conversion rates in installed PWA compared to browser mobile web
Mobile app users are accustomed to their convenience and will not use a regular website as a substitute.
Migration to APK requires large organizational and advertising costs. Users need to be convinced to take unusual steps - download the application from the site and deal with the security settings of the smartphone.
Downloading from the site will not help the “Apple” audience either. It is impossible to install third-party programs without jailbreaking the iPhone. And convincing iOS users to switch to Android is unlikely. According to a survey by Sellcell, out of 2,000 iPhone owners, 92% said they would buy an Apple device next time.
You have a lot of content on the site and it is updated frequently
In this case, you're doing double duty to keep content updated on the site and in the mobile apps.
Users do not install the mobile application
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) is a mobile app that runs in a browser. It does not require additional installation on the device. At the same time, PWA loads quickly even with an unstable Internet, and all the main application resources are stored on the client side. Only updates are transmitted over the network.
PWA are based on a web technology stack, use responsive web design and are supported by all modern mobile browsers.
If you want to make your apps accessible on all platforms without having to deal with Google and Apple, consider using Moxly
Creating a PWA for your website will only take a few minutes. To do this, you will need to set up a brand, add an app icon, and use a Webview component with a link to your website. Once you've developed your app with Moxly, you get a web link with the PWA generator.
If your product is simple, doesn’t consume a lot of resources or requires interaction with a lot of data, and, moreover, the user doesn’t use it very often, then PWA will close your tasks perfectly. In addition, PWA is easier to implement due to the fact that it does not need to be placed in the application marketplace. Otherwise, good old app.
A good nocoder should be proficient in at least one of the ways to develop mobile products, and a great nocoder should be able to create both options.