Google & Microsoft Collaborate To Bring More Web Apps To Play Store


Google and Microsoft have joined forces to bring more Progressive Web Apps into the Play Store by making sure their tools co-exist and help developers to do so. In a blog post on July 10, Microsoft’s Builder Community Member Judah Gabriel Himango announced, “We’re glad to announce a new collaboration between Microsoft and Google for the benefit of the web developer community. Microsoft’s PWABuilder and Google’s Bubblewrap are now working together to help developers publish PWAs in the Google Play Store.”

PWABuilder is Microsoft’s open source developer tool that helps developers build high quality PWAs from existing websites and publish them in app stores, while Bubblewrap is a Google command line tool and library used to generate and sign Google Play Store packages from PWAs. PWA is using Bubblewrap to give integration features to PWAs on Android. Both the companies in collaboration announced significant features for PWA developers including web shortcuts standard and advanced Android features & customization.  Read More

Google Is Planning To Bring Duo On The Web

Google Duo has been around since more than more than a year now and the company feels that it would be more easily accessible if introduced on the Web. The mobile App is being used by millions of people around the globe as it is very convenient to place video and audio calls to your friends, family and colleagues. The Web service will help reach to more people and could also provide more features to enhance the overall user experience. Read More

Use uTorrent From Your iPad or Android Device

The insanely famous Bit-torrent client, uTorrent has now added a web interface that lets you access your torrent data from anywhere in the world. You just need an internet connection along with a web browser to manage your torrents. The web interface is luckily not developed in Flash which makes it accessible from any iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Android device.

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