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Progressive Web Apps is currently the hour of the need as far as Microsoft Store is concerned. Microsoft has been pushing developers to release PWAs in the Microsoft Store recently.

The company is expected to push the April 2018 update to the general public on April 30th. With the official release we expect more and more PWAs to be released to the Microsoft Store.

Earlier we had reported that unofficial YouTube and Uber PWA applications have been noticed in the Microsoft Store which were later removed, since the app were not supported officially by Google and Uber.

Today, Official PWA app of Trivago has made its way to the Microsoft Store which is now available for download. The Trivago app has been officially published by the company which lets you do everything which is expected of an official application.

Trivago users will be able to quickly and easily search for specific locations, find rooms and deals which you normally expect from an official application. If you would like to search the hotels based on hotel class, ratings etc., then the PWA Trivago app also lets you do it without any hassles.

The Trivago PWA app acts as a native Windows Universal application which is pretty easy to use considering its a PWA application and not a UWP application of Windows 10.

Microsoft is giving a big push to the PWAs since its a simple web app and/or web service which uses various modern web capabilities and delivers an app-like experience across the device. The interesting thing about these web apps is it can work offline and in the background.

The developers need not submit an update to the Microsoft Store, in fact the new features and changes are directly updated to the PWAs from the live website and the changes are available in the PWA, without the users needing to update the apps from the Microsoft Store.

The Official Trivago PWA app is currently available for download and you can get it by clicking this Microsoft Store link.

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Akshay Waghray, who holds a degree in Computer Science, was a former technology news reporter for Windows Latest and his area of expertise include Windows. Articles contributed by Akshay have been referred by big publications such as TechRadar, XDA Developers, Future Inc, Purge, and others over the years. At Windows Latest, Akshay has written and edited thousands of articles using his decades long experience with Windows Server and Windows Update for Business.