The native app ensures that your software shows optimum performance on a mobile device. Native development implies usage of native tools and specific programming languages taking advantage of the operating system and processor of particular devices. Such programs provide the best feel and look and require separate coding for each type of the device what makes the process more time-consuming if you are targeting at several platforms. Talking about native apps advantages, we should mention that they are faster, provide better functionality and user experience, can utilise device hardware, and let integrate new features faster and easier. We have iOS, Android, and Windows developers who can deliver an amazing and fully customised native application for all major operating systems.
Web Software Solutions
For more than six years of experience of work in mobile software development, we also had cross-platform solutions which imply a single code base for multiple operating systems. For consumer apps, this type will be the best for those who have limited project budget. The idea of the cross-platform app development is to use web technologies to write a code and put them in a native shell to enable native functionality. In the end, about 80% of the code can be reused significantly reducing development time and cost and simplifying app maintenance. A cross-platform software will be much closer to native user interface design because every screen will require it particular solution so designers should create design multiple times for each particular screen size, And due to the difference of the operating systems, it will have much more bugs comparing with native apps.
As professional mobile app developers, we suggest you consider native app development because of 100% platform compatibility, flawless user experience and smooth performance. But when you approach us and tell about your app idea and what tasks it should solve, we will help you to determine the best suitable solution taking into consideration your requirements, timeframes, and project budget.