When you want to visit a website on Internet you have to enter url address in search bar of browser then it will load website using your network data either on desktop and mobile but the problem here is if you want to visit a website frequently then you have to re-enter that website url address every time in search bar to access it which takes bit extra time.

Now a days most browsers have option to add any website as shortcut in home screen of your computer or mobile they are known as web app thus you can easily access them from home screen just like real app but the drawback of web app is it don't look or feel like real app as on web app you can't explore website in full screen even it won't show any custom no network error when you disconnect data.

However, early browsers didn't even have web app option they are very basic later on talented developers around the world started adding numerous cool and useful features thus we got modern browsers but for whatever reason almost all developers didn't focus on developing web app except Google in year 2015 they upgraded web app into PWA - progressive web app.

PWA aka Progressive web app feels like real app but support is not provided by browser instead owner of website himself have to add support for PWA through coding or CMS aka content management systems like Blogger and WordPress etc then only browser will detect PWA on website and enable option for vistors in settings to install PWA and add home screen shortcuts.

It is not easy to create progressive web app for website as you must know coding or your content management system have to provide option or feature to enable PWA that's why most website owners don't have PWA support on thier website due to that people still have to depend on basic web app over upgraded progressive web app.

Even though, now a days most popular websites adding PWA support but still there are many famous websites which don't have PWA especially new ones who just started thier blogging career and it's not possible to get full fledged PWA until website owner himself provide support for it so if you're used to PWA then you may feel bit disappointed but don't worry there is a way to make website like PWA.

Recently, we discovered a app named Native Alpha that can show any website in a borderless full screen window using Android System WebView included with many extra features even though it is not real PWA app yet you will feel like PWA that's the speciality of Native Alpha by using it you can also create home screen  shortcuts with custom icons.

Native Alpha has numerous cool and useful features to name a few less memory, no in-app permissions, multi-touch gestures, ad-block, dark mode support for Android 10+, so do we got your attention? are you interested in Native Alpha? If yes let's explore more.
• Native Alpha official support •

• How to download Native Alpha •

It is very easy to download Native Alpha from these platforms for free.

• Native Alpha key features with UI l UX overview •

- Open Native Alpha then enter your website url address then tap on OK

- Wait it will automatically load your Shortcut Icon and Shortcut title.

- Now, enter Shortcut Title and SELECT CUSTOM ICON then tap on OK

- Tap on ADD to get website in home screen.

- it will add website, tap on launch icon.

- Here we go, enjoy your favourite website in full screen between you can configure settings to apply new features.

Atlast, this are just highlighted features of Native Alpha there may be many hidden features in-build that provides you external benefits to give the ultimate usage experience, anyway if you want one of the best app to show website in full screen then Native Alpha is worthy choice.

Overall, Native Alpha comes with light and dark mode by default, it has clean and simple nterface that ensures user friendly experience, but in any project there is always space for improvement so let's wait and see will Native Alpha get any major UI changes in future to make it even more better, as of now it's nice.

Moreover, it is definitely worth to mention Native Alpha is one of the very few apps out there on internet that will let will show your website in full screen like PWA, yes indeed if you're searching for such app then Native Alpha has potential to become your new favourite for sure.

Finally, this is Native Alpha that can show your favourite websites in full screen and create home screen shortcuts, are you an existing user of Native Alpha? If yes do say your experience and mention which feature of Native Alpha you like the most in our comment section below, see ya :)