Native vs. Hybrid App: Choosing the Best Solution in 2019

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Native vs. Hybrid App

Mobile app development is all about making informed decisions.

And prior to hiring a team of developers, you should take into account numerous factors to create a functional and cost-effective application.

Many product owners wonder who wins in native app vs. hybrid app battle. Spoiler: no one. And here comes our explanation of the pros and cons of native apps vs. hybrid apps. Stay tuned!

Difference between native and hybrid apps

The main difference between native and hybrid apps is that the first ones are developed for a specific platform like iOS or Android. On the contrary, hybrid apps are cross-platform and have one code base. They cover multiple platforms.

Now, a few words about tech differences. Native apps are created with the help of programming languages – Java and Kotlin for Android and Objective-C or Swift for iOS. While hybrid apps are built with the help of JavaScript, HTML&CSS that are web technologies.

Simply put, hybrid apps are websites that look and function like native apps. They both can be distributed via Google Play and App Store.

So it’s a bit hard to define which app is hybrid and which is native, isn’t it? Still, there are some hints. When it comes to

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