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Mobile App Development and Hybrid Apps Versus Native Apps

Mobile App Development and Hybrid Apps Versus Native Apps

For starters, a hybrid mobile app works on multiple platforms like Android and iOS. They are built using standard code, such as a combination of JavaScript and HTML5 or C#. Also, plug-ins are used for specific interactions with the phone’s operating system. Conversely, a native mobile app requires identical operating systems to run.

A major advantage of building a hybrid app is that the developer does not have to code multiple native apps. Most users won’t be able to tell whether your mobile app is hybrid or native when it is built by a professional development company such as Bluestone Apps. Actually, most users couldn’t care less how the mobile app was developed in the first place.

Of course, as with all applications, there are some development disadvantages with going the hybrid route. For example, if there is complex interaction involved with the device there will be a limit to what a plug-in can do on the front end. Costs could be higher as well when it comes to choosing hybrid over native.

Want to know more information about mobile app development? Contact Bluestone Apps today to schedule a free, no obligation consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.

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