PWA (Progressive Web Apps)
Progressive Web Apps was announced by Google two years ago. The popularity of such kind of applications is based on relative ease of development and great user experience. Progressive web apps are websites that look and feel like native mobile applications and can work offline. Any user can save the shortcut of such website on the home screen. The most data is stored in the cache, so PWA can be loaded almost instantly.
During the last years, this concept became so popular that such companies as Ali Express, The Washington Post, and Forbes have created their own Progressive Web Apps. Paying attention to the fact that mobile applications lose their share due to a glut of the market, PWA can become a good alternative.