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Nativefier is a powerful command line tool used to create desktop applications from any website with ease. It allows you to wrap any web page or web application into a standalone, independent application that can be launched directly from your operating system's taskbar or applications menu.

With nativefier, you can transform your favorite websites into dedicated applications, providing a more focused and efficient user experience. These applications typically behave just like any other desktop program, making them feel more integrated into your operating system.

It supports different platforms including Windows, macOS, and Linux, ensuring compatibility across various systems. Nativefier also provides features like automatic updates, notifications, and tray icon support, enhancing the overall user experience.

Using the command line, you can specify various options such as app name, platform, icon, window behavior, customization of user agent, and many more. Nativefier lets you customize the appearance and behavior of the application to suit your preferences.

Moreover, nativefier applications can work offline since they bundle all the necessary files and dependencies required to run the website as a standalone application.

Nativefier simplifies the process of creating desktop applications, eliminating the need for complex development and deployment steps. It streamlines the workflow for developers and users alike, allowing convenient access to web content through dedicated applications.

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