Chrome 72 for Android is now shipping from the Play Store to all users and this version included Trusted Web Activity (TWA), that in a nutshell is a way to open Chrome in standalone mode (without any toolbar or Chrome UI) within the scope of our own native Android package.
The easiest way to get your PWA published onto the Google Play Store is to clone the example repository and adjust the manifestPlaceholders settings in app/build.gradle.
Additionally you’ll also need to set up Digital Assets Links in /.well-known/assetlinks.json which is hosted on the website also hosting the PWA.
This is the new PlayStation Video Unlimited service. This PlayStation app runs at a full 60 frames per second (when you see it on a PS3), has tons of 3D graphics effects, full-speed 1080p video playback, and a fluid, hardware accelerated, animated user experience. What you may not know is that this is a web app.
Totally loving the part where web applications are (will be) able to access/make use of the hardware (viz. gfx card, camera, gps, etc.) and/or certain datastores (viz. phone contacts) of a device … the gap between native and web apps is getting narrower.