Starting with EdgeHTML 17, the rendering engine of Microsoft Edge, included with version 1803, Windows 10 enables support for Service Workers, Push, Cache APIs, and other technologies that makes possible to run Progressive Web Apps on the desktop experience.

List of Progressive Web Apps for Windows 10

The first wave of these apps is already available in the Microsoft Store, and here’s the list with their corresponding download links:

Skyscanner. Space. ZipRecruiter. Men’s Wearhouse. Student Doctor Network. DayTrip. myCARFAX. Travelzoo. The Penny Hoarder. Airfarewatchdog. oyster. The A.V. Club. HealthyWay. Live Science. Subway. Trip Check. Decider. Twitter.

No surprising all the apps (excluding Twitter) are under the “Microsoft Store” publisher name as the company has previouly announced that will be “kicking off some experiments with crawling and indexing quality PWAs from the Web to list them in the Microsoft Store.” While some of these new kind of apps for Windows 10 has been available for some time, recently Windows Central spotted six of the 22 available apps. Before you try downloading these apps, remember that they’re only compatible with the Windows 10 April update, version 1803, which is the next major OS update expected to arrive in April 2018. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.