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Convert any web application to a native Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X desktop application.

  • FreeOpen Source
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • Online
  • Android
  • Chrome OS
  • Android Tablet
  • Self-Hosted
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WebDGap running on Windows 10
WebDGap running on Mac OS X El Capitan v10.11
WebDGap running on Elementary OS (Ubuntu 14.04 Linux based distribution)
WebDGap running on Android 6.0
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WebDGap was added to AlternativeTo by mikethedj4 on and this page was last updated .

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This is just a tool to package your app with NW.js.

If you're looking for an alternative to NW.js, or Electron this is not it. This is very literally just a tool to create an NW.js application. The interface is poorly designed (When I opened it, the convert buttons were overlapping text that I can only assume was actually supposed to be above them). It's not intuitive to use. Once you click the convert button it gives you an unlabeled upload button that opens a file selection window, the only way I found out this button was just for selecting an icon image was by watching a poorly made tutorial video. I should also mention that I was only able to find this video through a link in the application that was on a timer in such a way that if you didn't click it as soon as you opened the program it disappeared. This makes it pretty much impossible to figure out how to use the program if you didn't notice the button during the very brief interval that it was available.

If you're considering this software you might as well skip the middle man and use NW.js, it has less intrusive ads/requests for donations than this as well.

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