Hybrid apps, as the name implies, are a mix of web and native mobile applications. When hybrid software is created, developers add a single code bar for all platforms. This means they only need to write the code once and it can then be executed anywhere. This is made possible, however, by the availability of technologies that facilitate collaboration between the native platform and the web view.
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Native applications, on the other hand, are designed for a specific operating system and take advantage of mobile devices' special functionality and hardware. Developers only use the languages that the framework supports. Google and Apple, for example, also build hybrid smartphone applications that can only be used on iOS or Android. This is the most popular method of developing a smartphone app.
Developers can create hybrid apps by writing a single code base that is compatible with different operating systems. This is why hybrid software architecture is a simpler and less expensive way to create smartphone applications. That is also why this form of mobile app development is becoming more common, and more and more brands are considering investing in hybrid app development. We specialise in building high-quality hybrid apps that are intuitive and provide the users with an optimal experience.
Specialise in building high-quality hybrid apps that are intuitive and provide the users with an optimal experience.