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What is the difference between a native application and a hybrid application?

A native app is an application that was developed for a specific platform (e.g. Android, iOS) and is written in a programming language specific to that platform (e.g. Java or Kotlin for Android, Swift or Objective-C for iOS). Native apps have access to the full functionality of the operating system and are optimized for a specific platform, which means that in theory they perform slightly better and are more responsive than hybrid apps.

A hybrid app, on the other hand, is an application that has been written using web technologies and then wrapped in a native layer that allows it to run on different mobile platforms. Hybrid apps use the same source codes, which saves time and cost in the process of developing apps for different platforms. However, compared to native apps, hybrid apps have limitations in specific cases, while we are talking about very specific solutions.

Today’s hybrid applications are virtually indistinguishable from native ones and in most cases are a legitimate, more cost-effective choice. Contact us for a free consultation!

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