A few years ago a Microsoftie Jeff Burtoft started PWA Builder in an effort to help website owners easily turn their sites into apps.
Since then the Github-hosted Open Source project has attracted a lot of assistance from companies as diverse as Google and Samsung, and also from individual contributors, and the service is just about to take its next step.
During the last weeks, with our friends from MS Edge, the PWA Builder team has been working hard to enable Edge Chromium-based PWAs in the Microsoft Store. We're almost there! We'll share more details soon 🙂
— PWA Builder (@pwabuilder) October 14, 2020
On Twitter they announced that the service will soon support adding Edge-based PWA sites to the Microsoft Store, which should make it even easier for companies to support Windows 10 users.
PWA Builder is already working with Google to support PWAs in the Google Play Store.
PWA Builder will not just turn your website into an app, but also offers a number of components to add app-like native features
You can check the tool out here.