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Native Mobile Application Development

What is Native Mobile App Development?

Screens are small, apps are big, and life as we know it is on its head again. In a world that’s increasingly social and open-minded, mobile apps play an important role, & changed the focus from what’s on the internet and website, for the apps on our mobile phones. Mobile apps are no longer an option, they’re an imperative. So ask the question yourself.!

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There are many factors that plays a key role in your mobile app strategy, such as team’s development skills, required device functionality, the importance of security, work offline capability etc., that should be taken into start.

In the end, it’s not just a question of what your app will do, but how you will get it there?

While this article addresses mobile application development in general, it is specifically targeting at developers looking for building up mobile applications.

Native apps or native mobile applications are specific to a mobile platform (iOS or Android) using the development tools and language that the each platform supports Like Xcode & Objective-C with iOS, Eclipse and Java with Android. Native mobile apps look and performs the better than other apps.

List down are the few advantages of native mobile app development.!

It might become more difficult in coming future to put up platform-specific user experiences if develop a cross-platform application.

Native application development  is better for by number of reasons, some of them are mentioned below:

  1. In Native app the code runs fast;
  2. Addition of new features released by a platform are integrated quickly and easily;
  3. Hardware-related things like gestures, multi-touch events, Geo-location tracking etc. are much easier to implement with native technologies;
  4. Helps in Finding the issues easily: When things go wrong in apps production you will likely find the tool provided by Android and iOS, as these two are focused on solving platform-specific developer’s issues;
  5. Building an app for an iPhone is different than designing one for an Android. The UI and UX conventions are different, the look and feel is different and finally, the user tastes are different too.
  6. Users get addicted to one platform, Therefore User Experience, its visual language and interactions should satisfy users preferences, which may be hard to achieve if we use cross-platform applications.