Progressive Web App for WordPress Plugin Documentation

Progressive Web App for WordPress | WooCommerce PWA

WordPress Progressive Web App plugin is an innovative solution for eCommerce or blogging websites built on the WordPress platform. It converts your website into a fully complete Progressive Web App (PWA), offering users a quick, dependable, and engaging experience regardless of network connection or device.

The WordPress Progressive Web App plugin is simple to install and use, requiring no technical knowledge or coding experience. Once installed, the plugin improves the functionality of your website, allowing it to behave like a native app on mobile devices while maintaining full WooCommerce and WordPress capabilities.

Its main advantages are the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin’s dependability and speed. Using cutting-edge technologies, PWAs provide blazing-fast load times even on sluggish network connections. This smooths the user experience on any device or location, lowering bounce rates and increasing conversions.

A better user experience is also provided by the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin, which has features like offline access, push notifications, and an aesthetically pleasing UI. Customers continue to return, and user engagement is enhanced as a result.

With the help of this plugin, the admin can set up any website, including e-commerce (WooCommerce) and blogging (Simple WordPress), as a Progressive Web App (PWA). Users will be able to access your website by opening the app on their mobile device, and they will be able to interact with it via an interface similar to that of an app. Users who revisit your website can choose to receive push notifications on their desktop and mobile devices. WordPress and WooCommerce may power push notifications for newly published blogs, items, sales, offers, and in-stock reminders.

Together with these advantages, the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin protects user data and transactions using industry-standard encryption technology. The plugin is updated frequently to ensure it remains compatible with the latest security and performance standards.

The inexpensive nature of the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin is a further significant advantage. PWAs are comparatively cheap and straightforward to create, in contrast with traditional native mobile apps, which makes them an affordable option for eCommerce companies trying to reach a wider audience and interact with clients in novel ways.

The WordPress Progressive Web App plugin is an excellent option for eCommerce companies trying to improve the usability and functionality of their websites. This plugin is the best option for those who want to upgrade their WordPress or WooCommerce website due to its better security measures, intuitive interface, and fast and dependable performance.

Note: WooCommerce and WordPress can be used with this WordPress plugin for Progressive Web Apps.

Note: This plugin should function with a secure server (https).

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Installation of WordPress Progressive Web App

The customer must log in to WordPress via the admin end. He must then navigate to the menu area, hover his cursor over the Plugins menu to open a submenu, and select the Add New submenu.

Add new plugin

After that, the user must click the Upload Plugin button to upload the plugin zip file.

Upload new plugin

The image below will appear once you click the Upload Plugin button. The plugin can then be browsed by clicking the Choose File button.

Choose WordPress Progressive Web App zip

Next, when you select the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin zip file, your chosen zip file shows up here. Finally, click the Install Now option to install the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin.

Install the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin zip

To use the WordPress Progressive Web App plugin, click Activate Plugin after the plugin has been installed.

Activate WordPress Progressive Web App plugin

Creating Firebase Project Credentials for Push Notifications

You must enter your Firebase Project Credentials in the module setup to utilize this module for push notifications. Please click this link: and follow the instructions below to create them.

Step 1:

To start a Firebase project, click the Create a Project button.

Push Notifications Firebase setup step 1

Enter the project’s name now, choose “I accept the Firebase terms,” and click “Continue.”

Push Notifications Firebase setup step 2

After that, click Continue after enabling Google Analytics for your project.

Push Notifications Firebase setup step 3

After that, select Create Project after selecting every box on the final step.

Firebase setup step 4

When your project is ready to use, a confirmation page will appear in a few seconds. Click Continue.

Firebase setup step 5

Step 2:

Click Storage once your new project has been created.

Firebase setup step 6

Next, select the Get Started button.

Firebase setup step 7

Next, select the Next button.

Firebase setup step 8

Step 3:

Next, select Project Overview and then click the Add an App to get started button.

Firebase setup step 9

Click the Register App button after entering the App nickname and selecting Firebase Hosting.

Firebase setup step 10

Next, select the Next button.

Firebase setup step 11

Click the Next button once more.

Firebase setup step 12

Next, select Continue to console by clicking.

Firebase setup step 13

Proceed to the Project Overview section, choose the newly added App nickname, and then select the settings icon.

Firebase setup step 14
Firebase setup step 15

Step 4:

Now, select the Cloud Messaging tab. Enable if the Cloud Messaging API (Legacy) API is not enabled. If so, click the Add Server key button to generate the server key used as the Google Authorization Key in the module and the Sender ID, which will be GCM Sender ID.

Firebase setup step 16

On the General page, you’ll see your added apps below and a part of the Firebase SDK snippet. To access the Firebase Config, navigate to this section and select the Config option.

Firebase setup step 17

Copy the Firebase Config, Server Key, and Server ID; they will be used in the module configuration.

Admin End

Now, click Configuration to go to the plugin’s configuration page, or hover over the Progressive Web App admin menu to see two submenus: Notifications and Configurations. To navigate to the configuration page, click Configuration.

Configuration click below WordPress Progressive Web App plugin listing in plugins page
Configuration Hover

Admin can then view the configuration page.

Configuration page

Activate License

To use this plugin, input the purchase code to activate your license.

Google Authorization Key:

This is the server key for the Firebase that will be used to send push notifications.

GCM Sender ID:

This is the Sender ID from Firebase that will be used to send push notifications.


Admin can set the name of the app from here.

Short Name:

Admin can set the app’s short name from here.

Theme Color:

Admin can choose the app’s theme color from here.

Background Color:

Admin can choose the app’s background color from here.

App Icons:

The admin must upload the app’s icons in the required image sizes.

Push Notifications

Here, the admin may view a list of additional notifications and perform operations such as searching or editing any previously added notifications, deleting any notifications, or sending notifications to users.

Notifications List

Add Notification

Admins can add new notifications from this page.

Add New Push Notification


The title will appear in the push notification to the users.


The description will appear in the push notification to users.


The admin must upload or select a previously posted image, which will be displayed in the users’ push notifications.


Admin must enter the URL to which users get redirected when they click on the push notifications.


This is the notification status, which can be enabled or disabled.


Admin can review analytics reports for PWA installations and subscribers who have enabled notifications on your website. The admin can see the report’s most recent 15 days of data.


Customer’s End

Progressive Web Desktop App:

Customers can visit your website and download the app using the plus icon, as illustrated in the image below. The program is then added to the customer’s desktop, and the user can use your site with the app.

WordPress Progressive Web App Desktop app

Progressive Web Mobile App:

When a customer visits your site via a mobile browser, he or she will notice a popup to add the PWA to your Home screen option, from which he or she can add the PWA and use the app interface for your website. The steps are detailed in the images below.

WordPress Progressive Web App mobile step 1
WordPress Progressive Web App mobile step 2

After adding the app, customers will see it on their mobile home screen, shown in the image below, from which they can access your website.

WordPress Progressive Web App mobile step 3

Push Notifications:

When the Admin sends a notification from the backend, users who have permitted notifications will receive it on their mobile phones and PCs.

WordPress Progressive Web App mobile push notifications

After clicking the notification, the app will open with the URL specified in the notification by the admin.

WordPress Progressive Web App opened by push notifications


The admin can translate the plugin using the .pot file in the plugin’s languages folder.


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6 thoughts on “Progressive Web App for WordPress Plugin Documentation

  1. Avatar of Marcelus
    Marcelus says:

    Hi partner,
    Very cool this plugin and its tutorial.
    How do I add the homescreen to appear on on mobile?
    It just showed the notification.
    Grateful for the support!

    • Avatar of DevDiggers
      DevDiggers says:

      Hi Sir,
      Hope you are doing well
      Thanks for the appreciation and you’ll get the popup to add the app on homescreen automatically. Kindly check this on our demo.
      If you have purchased the plugin and facing this issue on your site so it also can be some configuration issue. Kindly share the admin details of your site at so our support team can look into your query.
      Thanks & Regards

      • Avatar of Marcelus
        Marcelus says:

        Good Morning! Homescreen opens in all browsers but samsung internet browser. Another thing: I would like to create a direct link to install pwa. I want to insert this link in the direct mail I’m going to send to clients. Do you have a tutorial or manual? Greetings

        • Avatar of DevDiggers
          DevDiggers says:

          It is not supported in local internet browser of samsung as PWA support is not given in it and PWA can only be download by opening the site in the supported browsers as it gets downloaded through the browser. Also, if you like our plugin, kindly share your feedback on CodeCanyon and Trustpilot.

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