Currently there's a lot of work going into the mobile app. We know that, but we already have a well built and well supported web app.
Adding a web manifest file (about 40 lines of meta data which can be generated using any number of services) would allow this web app to be used in a more seemless way on any number of devices. PWAs are currently supported by Android, IOS and even Windows 10.
We don't need a service worker setup. Just the bare minimum web manifest file allowing us to use the web app "as if" it were a native app by "installing" it to our device.
It's very little effort from the Devs needed but will allow us to use d&d beyond in a much more streamlined way without taking away from anything else you guys are doing mobile app whys.
Many applications, for example Twitter, have both a pwa and a mobile app.
You can read more about web manifest files here: https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/web-app-manifest/
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