Frequently Asked Questions

    Websites are the new mobile apps, PWAs are extended version of your website with best features of native apps. They are based on browser app shell, works on service workers which is the most powerful concept in web today. You could visit our blog to understand this technology. You could also watch this video to see how your website would start behaving after widely's 15 minute integration.
    Analytics driven from features of a progressive web app, like wise we do for mobile apps, to measure PWA success and re-targetting web app users who are actively engaging.

    For an instance your web app is installable now, our APIs does in-depth analysis & depict statistics of such as install count & many other different metrices & segments of users.

    You can even drive campaigns to understand more as a Marketer or a Business. These statistics will be integrated with your web analytics provider or push notification provider.
    Only because of the features, quality & maintenance. At Widely, we totally see how PWA features could be accessed and are being used across without logic behind, causes troubles for brands implementing them.

    We have designed Widely APIs to provide you personalized features based on your brand, we're always updating more robust and new fetaures to let your web app work effectively and user friendly, hence pricing associated.
    Any web app/website could be transformed into a new age PWA. These are few pre-requisites you should follow before starting up with setup.
    Currently major mobile & web browsers: Chrome, firefox & opera on Android OS for mobile & Windows for Desktop support PWAs & features. IOS safari we just started to suppport with partial features of PWAs.
    Yes you can, we have special discounts for businesses providing services/ web apps as a solution to their clients. Please connect with us to know more about it.
    We're preparing a simple QnA format description of PWA from a business perspective and how technically it would work. It has questions we got from more than 100 businesses. We'd be posting them very soon.
    If you're unsatisfied with Widely integration, and we can't meet the expected results we showcased. You're entitled to get full refund within 15 days of Integration.
    Being tech enthusiasts ourselves, we can relate to your thoughts, but this is all about business & outcomes. At Widely, a team of proficient web engineers have built, improving, testing & adding new features everyday for you. Does that add any value for you to add the same amount of effort, when this is not your core business? This is the reason why we're here.

    Widely is a product, where we've reduced the effort to build a PWA under 15 minutes & costing not even of a single team member to you. You sure should check this out and make a decision according to your business.
    Yes, this is our PWA case studies to checkout current Progressive Web Apps being built in the world. We're soon updating PWAs built using Widely.
    Yes, totally. Widely built PWA which is enabled in your existing website itself would be yours only after integration with no liability for you to be Widely's user after that. If you need more updates, you could renew your license after it ends, otherwise, you still own your license forever.
    Progressive Web App built using our platform comes paying a license fee. Checkout pricing to understand better. You pay once and use forever.
    Firstly Widely APIs/Libraries are lifetime free once you buy them, the only difference which after an year is that, you'll only recieve latest Widely Library updates till your license doesn't expire. Otherwise you can keep using the older Widely Library you have. Depends on your business if you wish to take in the latest updates.
    A simple copy code feature, where from Widely's dashboard you could copy the code to your website & let it become a progressive web app instantly.
    We're not in your analytics provider space, infact we integrate seamlessly with any website analytics provider. Analytics provided by Widely are segmented only to features introduced by a progressive web app, which no current analytics provider gather, including our tool would help you understand your users better.
    At Widely, our aim is not to enable just native app like basic features for you, because we have seen that doesn't really help the business. Widely APIs are specifically built to enable your website with amazing set of features customized for your brand, plus we constantly work towards providing more enhanced features. We can't see for now anything of this sort free. We are helping you to open a new channel for capturing mobile users.
    We provide support differently for different plans, as it suits your requirement. From providing support docs, to timely integration engineer support. In Rocket plan you can avail a dedicated engineer who would work very hard to get all features right for you.
    Yes, there is detailed understanding about the current features we've mentioned under pricing plan, plus more features for a better PWA performance.

    Also, we've a long list of upcoming features in the plan which today browsers have started supporting. Request a demo with us to have a better understanding.
    At Widely we support different push notification providers with our integration. Our team will setup Widely APIs with your existing provider seemlessly, as both of them work on the same technology it is required.
    Yes, We do. Widely enables PWAs with almost all CMS (Content management Systems), be it drag and drop builders or plugin based tools. That CMS should support third party integration, that is the only requirement.
    Google is the world leader in transforming & introducing technologies, this is also term coined & being driven by them for the whole web community. Apart from Chrome other major browser vendors support this as part of web specifications for service workers driven by w3c. Widely is an enabler for your website to create progressive/ lite mobile apps supporting browser vendors.
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