We all know mobile apps but whats’ the difference between them?
Well I thought you’d never ask!
A mobile app can be written, as in coded in basically 2 different ways. Markup languages for hybrid applications, and programming languages like Java and C for native applications. Whichever you choose, your application will provide a great user experience for your clients and customers.
Native apps are written specifically for their intended devices, such as Android or iOS phones & tablets. These applications generally take longer to develop and accrue higher development costs as apposed to hybrid apps. You also need to be well versed in the languages these apps require to develop. Languages such as C++, Swift, and Objective-C for iOS and Java & C++ for Android. Native apps are best used for applications or games that require more processing & graphics power.
Native apps and hybrid apps are going to have varying costs. Writing an Android app or an iOS app will come with a heavier price tag than say, developing a web app with HTML5 & CSS. The size of your current or potential customer base could add costs as well. Depending on your traffic and the bandwidth your application uses, we’re able to host & handle it. Go HERE to checkout our hosting packages, or design your own.
Wait, which one is better?
That all depends on what the goal of your app is and how much financial investment you want to put into it. Both options have pros and cons but depending on your mobile app there really will only be 1 winner in the contest for best option.