One of the conveniences some people find for apps is accessibility on the home screen. Personally, I find it easier to just open my browser (Chrome) and type first two letters of my destination vs. trying to page through a 100 app icons, but that's why we have choices!
In any case, MOMO Pro can play nicely with the way you access apps on your phone or desktop. Here is quick tutorial of how to add MOMO Pro to home screen for that app-like experience. Both Android and IOS behave similarly.
One of the nice things about launching from the home screen is that it removes the URL input field. It's a small thing as the browser also hides it fairly quickly but some users may prefer this.
If you are struggling with finding the Add to Home Screen for IOS whether phone or tablet, the screenshot below will help you out.