Native vs Hybrid Apps
Everyone wants their business to flourish providing them with a good reputation and a great financial gain. Having a good digital identity is a plus in this regard, but the best way a company could bring their products and services close to its consumers is to get into their smartphones.
Smartphones are the most used gadgets, due to which, having an app for your business could mean an easy access to your products and services, just a tap away.
But when it comes to mobile application development, how to identify the mobile app technology stack that suits your business needs the best?
Native App, as the name is self-explanatory, is built with the intention to be used on the native device, on which it is installed. On the other hand, Hybrid App combines the elements of both Native and Web App.
The differences among the two with respect to their benefits could be better analysed by scrolling through the table below:
The choice heavily depends upon the nature of work and the what quality and business value a client wants out of the application. Both of these Native and Hybrid stacks provide benefit in some or the other aspect, fulfilling the objective of meeting the business goal. Both encapsulate some awesome features that can be beneficial according to what we need for our business.