Google chrome has upgraded by the time, and now it’s going to add some fantastic features that are focused on progressive web apps. Google Chrome has been consistently working to increase the functionality that can produce better results for users. The target is to launch the Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) when a computer or laptop gets started.
Users find it quite comfy when their selected apps launch on system startup. There are many apps one can set up on startup like Slack, Discord, and Spotify, which then are launched when you turn on your computer, so you can access them any time as soon as your OS is booted up.
So now, Google chrome is considering the same option for PWAs, and it would be great for the users. In that sense, whenever you’ll install PWA on the latest chrome release for the first time, you’ll get a pop -up with a message “start app when you sign in to your computer”. This is still under development and can be found in “chrome://flags/#enable-desktop-pwas-run-on-os-login”
If you consider this option to start PWAs while you are signing into your computer, chrome will keep that PWA in a separate folder of all the startup apps. It doesn’t matter which operating system you are using; you can access these PWAs on Chrome OS, Windows, Mac, and Linux.