SuperPWA 2.1, 2.1.1 & 2.1.2 – Release Note

Hello! We hope everyone is staying safe and washing your hands periodically. Remember to maintain social distancing for a bit longer since we are still not completely COVID-19 free yet.

We are writing this to help decide on the future of SuperPWA. We haven’t been able to keep up with the pace with which SuperPWA should have grown. Rather than letting it go stale, we hope to find a new home for the plugin.

The idea is simple. If you or someone you know can take over the project, please let us know. If you are interested in a premium version of the plugin with extended features, please let us know as well.

Please fill in the following form so that we can be in touch. If you can send in your feedback before June 30th 2020, we would really appreciate it.

In the mean time…

We will try to do a maintenance update when necessary (like this one). We are thankful for all the support received and continue to receive from time to time.

Changelog 2.1.2 (25 July 2020)

  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue where Application Icon was not showing. [#131]

Changelog 2.1.1 (4 July 2020)

  • Tested with WordPress 5.4.2.
  • Enhancement: Added support for Maskable Icons [#127]

Changelog 2.1 (29 May 2020)

  • Bug Fix: Fixed a rare PHP Notice: Array to string conversion in basic-setup.php on line 415.
  • Bug Fix: Added a check to see if WP_Plugins_List_Table class is available before using it.
  • Enhancement: Updated fallback value in superpwa_get_display() to match the default value in superpwa_get_settings().
  • Enhancement: UTM Tracking Add-on: Added default values for Campaign Medium and Campaign Name.
  • Enhancement: Removed the WordPress admin notice suggesting to add SuperPWA manifest to OneSignal.

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Daniel Almeira says:

I could pay for this excellent tool if the value did not exceed $ 20 a year

Jose Varghese says:

Good to hear that 🙂

Len McGrane says:

I like your plugin VERY much. It’s my preference of the three I use on a number of my wp sites. Your plugin works, has all the bells and whistles I want (except notification), does a good / quick job of asking a visitor “add to homescreen”, and is simple to implement. Thank you! I’d be happy to pay.

Arun Basil Lal says:

Thank you Len!

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