* Add to head <link rel="manifest" href="/manifest.json">
* Serve a manifest.json (either static file/generated via PHP)
**Not to be confused with cache manifests**
We should strive to make the Wikipedia mobile site a good example of a mobile web app.
The app manifest standard is currently in Chrome and soon Firefox:
There's a good post here courtesy of Paul Kinlan:
* We currently have a bunch of things in meta tags in the header for this purpose.
* Chrome prompts users to install to home screen when the icon is present. This could be a good opportunity for Wikipedia mobile users to add a bookmark to their home screen and increase engagement.
** We should explore if people do this and whether this leads to them using the site more often.
"name": "Wikipedia Mobile",
In future we may want to explore changing the start url (the design team have been prototyping a feeds experiment  for example)