I've been using Nativefier to keep web apps I use all day (that I don't want to get lost in my Chrome tabs) in my macOS dock / Windows taskbar. I've been struggling to find a good cross-platform solution for this, as I use both macOS and Windows pretty regularly, but Nativefier works great.

Here's a screenshot of one I made for Google Keep:

And then it also shows up in my dock!

Installing node modules isn't exactly point and click but if your comfortable with the terminal it's a piece of cake. I would recommend installing Node by using Homebrew on the Mac or Chocolatey on Windows. Once you install Homebrew or Chocolatey it's just one command to install Node.

Mac:

brew install node

Windows:

choco install nodejs

Then you can use npm to install nativefier:

npm install -g nativefier

Finally, your ready to use nativefier!

nativefier -n "Google Keep" https://keep.google.com

Header Image from github.com/jiahaog/nativefier