WordPress PWA


WordPress PWA (or Frontity) is a plugin that turns any publisher’s site into a Progressive Web App (PWA).

Our PWAs use the mobile web to deliver user experiences that are fast and highly engaging. They support Google AMP, can be accessed instantly from any device, and are frictionless to use.

We aim to help publishers boost their traffic and maximize their ad revenue by making use of the latest mobile technologies.

The access to our platform is currently limited to publishers / WordPress blogs with certain volume of traffic. You can request a demo at frontity.com/#request-demo.


From your WordPress Control Panel:

  • Go to Plugins > Add new, and search for “WordPress PWA”.
  • Click the “Install now” button.
  • Once the plugin has been installed, click “Activate Plugin”.

From the WordPress Plugin Directory:

  • Click the “Download” button to get a .zip file.
  • Once the download is completed, go to your WordPress Control Panel > Plugins > Add new.
  • Upload the previous .zip file.
  • Activate the plugin after its installation.

Once the WordPress PWA plugin is installed and activated, follow our instructions to configure it.

In order to get a site ID you need to be a Frontity customer first. If you are not, you can request a demo here. However, please note that the access to our platform is limited right now to blogs with certain volume of traffic. You can learn more at https://frontity.com/get-help.


How do I get a Site ID?

You have to be a Frontity user. If you are interested in Frontity, you can request a demo at frontity.com/#request-demo

Can I see a demo?

Sure! Visit blog.frontity.com from a mobile browser. You can also take a look at this video


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