Native VS Hybrid App : How to choose which is the best for my Product?


The moment you consider investing in a mobile app, you’re immediately faced with a barrage of terminology.

What are Native apps and Hybrid apps?

More importantly, which is the most appropriate app type for you and your business?

If you’re looking for answers to these questions, then this post is for you.

One of the first decisions you’ll face is which type of app to build. And there is no single, definitive answer. Your choice will depend on a bunch of competing factors, including your budget and your deadline.

The aim of this post is to give you a sound understanding of the different types of apps available and to aid your decision as to what technology you should use to build your app.
ateamtexas 4 june 2020, 11:50
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