Are you planning for a scalable and extensive project with the highest number of end users? The answer is to go for a mobile app.
With the astounding growth in usage of mobile handsets and involvement of mobile phones in numerous aspects of every individual, the need for developing useful and user-friendly applications is in high demand. Statistics also show that the use of mobile apps is about to outrun that of their web counterparts and this denotes a new era in software development.
Now, the question might pop into your mind: “considering the worldwide and broad availability of the internet everywhere and the popularity of PWAs, is there still any need to develop native mobile apps?”. This is where you have to take something new into account and that happens to be wide array of sensors. Mobile handsets are equipped with multiple sensors that a web app cannot genuinely take advantage of and the only way to use this network of sensors to serve your purpose in via developing mobile apps.
Various technologies are used in development of mobile apps, which are generally classified into two classes: the native and the cross-platform technologies. Native class including objective-C and Swift for iOS and Java for android, is the quite old but still well-performing while cross-platform technologies and frameworks like React-Native or Vue-Native are newly introduced and provide developers with the ability to code once but build their app for different platforms including mobile handsets.
Our team has covered different technologies and expertise in both native and cross-platform app development. The main focus of our mobile development team is on the fast and efficient performance of mobile apps and we do the best of what we can to haunt as many end users as possible for our customers’ mobile apps.