Mobile devices turns out one of the preliminary choice for all of us, with the portable device and conventional mobile apps, everything is getting done right from the place. So there is no doubt that we don’t have a better replacement for mobile devices.
As a result, gradually people are adopted towards mobile phones.
Another study reveals that 99.6% of people using smartphones where the customized hand apps completely drive half of the ratio. Either Android or IOS device, it’s obvious that Apps are playing the ultimate role in Mobile development.
So what happens when the user gets the bad experience with your apps?
Maybe they would have tried a couple of times, but later there is no point of keeping it than uninstalling.
That’s why you should be very conscious about choosing the nature of your app. We ought to figure out which is appropriate for your app and which apps would make a strong bridge between you and your customers?
In that case, how would you choose? Hybrid Apps or Native Apps?
So the complete idea of this article is about giving you a clear picture of both apps so that would drive you to choose which technology is best for your app.
What Is Native Apps
Native apps have been developed for the specific platform which can leverage the entire device features in turns to provide fast performance and high level of reliability.
Basically, native apps ensure the best performance over animations and rendering than hybrid apps.
Benefits of Native Apps
Quality is an essential factor of Native apps that gives the best experience. The user will get best the performance over everything.
That becomes an unorthodox option for the user in providing personal user-friendly real-time apps.
Native apps offer the fastest, most reliable and most responsive experience to users.
Quick & Responsive
Native apps are faster, reliable and more responsive.
This processing speed provides improvised app quality to the users so some of the big players like Facebook, LinkedIn are got to stick back with native apps for this aspiration.
With the unique UI designs of Android and IOS, Native apps provide a better UI Experience to users.
Cross-platform app development module refers to the development of mobile apps which can be used on multiple platforms like the Android, IOS and also web.
Cross platforms are developed by several platforms using several programming languages like html 5, java script, etc.
There are two divisions in developing Cross-Platform Apps.
- Native Cross Platform app development
- Hybrid html5 app development
Each operating system has its Standard Development Kit (SDK) and major stacks like Java for Android app development, Objective C and Swift for IOS app development.
Creates a unified API over Native Software Development Kit and extends its supports over other OS with the same code base.
Note: Native cross-platform applications are primarily built with Xamarin and Appcelerator Titanium.
Hybrid Apps are similar to web applications, developed with the blend of HTML and Web technologies.
The main key diversity is hybrid apps are placed inside of native app which utilizes a web view of the mobile platform.
Developers can write once and run on many platforms.
So obviously, developers would get cool work experience while working with hybrid apps.
These apps work both on Android and IOS, and even you can reuse the code base for building dynamic web applications.
Benefits of Cross-Platform Apps
Reduced Development Costs:
While Native apps hold different platforms like Android or IOS but Hybrid apps have a single development platform so the development cost is low and also the production time is fast compared to native apps.
UI / UX
The reason behind the fame on hybrid app is user experience over multiple platforms. Even user got interacted to the way these apps gives an instant response on different devices.
Ease of Integration
Can utilize the internal device functionalities that help to sync GPS, Camera, storage and so on.
The maintenance of the hybrid apps is slightly simpler than the native apps. For example, if the there is any new upgrade then just update the source code where you can take a built for all the platforms.
Which is Best Native or Hybrid?
Hope, Now you completely aware of the pro’s & con’s of both Native & Hybrid. Now it’s time to figure out the best for your requirement.
However, choosing one is always depends on your matter of requirements and the purpose of your app.
If you like to build a performance-based app that completely focused on accuracy and functionalities like healthcare, Face morphing, etc., then you can always go after native apps.
On the other hand, if your app has lesser complexities just to fetch and show the dynamic data like news, blogs related apps then probably you could go behind Hybrid.
Besides all, Sharing each others knowledge will always leverage the significant growth! Don’t forget to leave your precise ideas with us on the comment section.
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