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Google Chrome now allows iOS users to add web apps to the home screen


Apple introduced a slew of new features for web apps with iOS 16.4, including access to push notifications and permission for third-party apps to add web pages to the iPhone and iPad home screen.
Google updated the original Chrome web browser for iOS to allow users to add web apps to their home screen, meaning users can now create shortcuts to their favorite websites on their iPhone or iPad, making them easier to access.
According to a report by 9to5Google, the update allows Chrome users using iOS to add web apps to the home screen, meaning that anyone can now save a website to access it on the home screen without having to leave the Chrome browser and use Safari. This access is limited to Safari, Apple's original web browser.
The web app shortcut will appear on your home screen just like any other app, and when you click on it, the website will open in full screen mode. This is a great way to save your favorite websites and make them easier to access. Adding web applications to the home screen makes websites easier to access. your favorites and provides a more native experience, as the website will open in full screen mode. 
In addition, it can save battery life, as the website will not run in the background.

How to add a shortcut to the web app on iPhone

To add a web app to your home screen, open Google Chrome on your iPhone and go to the website you want to add, once you're in the website, tap on the three dots in the upper right corner of the screen and select "Add to home screen," you'll be asked to enter a name for the shortcut, and then Chrome will create it.