Three App Launchers for those Microsoft Edge Web Apps that you create…

Microsoft Edge provides the capability to create web apps by going to the menu (three dots at top right of the browser) and selecting “Apps” on the menu. From there you can create (install) new web apps from a site you are currently on or you can select to manage the apps you already have created. Once an app is created it can be pinned to the Windows taskbar or Windows Start Menu. The only issue I have with that is you then have do some navigation around to get to the app(s) that you created.

A solution I have found is this…

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A Web App Launcher For Google Chrome and Your Chromebook

When you create a “web app” in Google Chrome on a Chromebook (ChromeOS), where you go the browser settings (three vertical dots at top right corner of the Chrome browser window) > More tool > Create shortcut and set the app to open as a Window, the web app is saved to the ChromeOS app menu or to the “Shelf” at the bottom of the screen. This is all fine and dandy; BUT, if you want easier (and quicker) access to launch those apps, install the Chrome browser extension called “Apps Launcher“.

Source: Apps Launcher for Chrome – Chrome Web Store


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“App Launcher Customizer” for Google Chrome

“App Launcher Customizer” is a Google Chrome browser extension that allows you to customize the launcher and add more than 250 Google shortcuts. I bet you didn’t know that Google had that many shortcuts, but they do.

The real killer part of this launcher is that the extension also allows you to create your own custom shortcuts to any website that you want. You can get this Chrome extension at the Chrome Web Store (see source link below).

Source: App Launcher Customizer for Google™ – Chrome Web Store

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