Native mobile app development holds a special place in the app store. These apps provide fast performance and a high degree of reliability. You must be wondering, why developers use Native mobile app development? But before we move further, let’s understand, what native mobile apps are? And how they are similar or different from other apps like Web and Hybrid?
According to Technopedia.com, “A native mobile app is a smartphone application that is coded in a specific programming language, such as Objective C for iOS or Java for Android operating systems.” In simple words, native apps are designed for a specific platform to utilise its full potential. Therefore, they are quick and responsive than the rest.
Benefits of Native Mobile App Development
Native mobile app development and hybrid mobile app development is different in a number of ways. However, they both have their benefits. Check out the difference between native and hybrid apps
Native Mobile Apps Deliver High Performance
Since native apps are designed for a particular platform using a particular language for coding, it can be optimised to give out the best performance. This means that a native app is going to run and load faster than a similar app developed on a cross-platform. More than that it can deliver a better user experience than web apps and cross-platform apps.
They Provide Better Security
A native has a higher tendency of securing your personal data and privacy. Cross-platforms apps and web apps are available to more than one platforms and may be developed using tools such as Codename One, PhoneGap, Appcelerator, RhoMobile and others. These cross-platform tools have some cons and are more susceptible to a data breaching activity.
More Interactive and Intuitive
Developing an app for a single platform makes it easier for the developer to build interactive and intuitive interfaces. Therefore, it can be more automated as compared to the cross-platform apps. A native app will deliver exactly what the users are looking for, i.e., premium satisfaction.
Access to the Full Set of Features of the Devices
Every platform has a set of features that differentiate it from the others. Therefore, native mobile apps are the best possible way to utilise the most features of the Smartphone. A cross-platform app or web app may fail to do so which puts native apps on a lead.
Fewer bugs during development
Developing a cross-platform app requires that your app runs on more than one operating system. Therefore, you have to make it more flexible and code accordingly and that is why there is a higher chance of having a bug during development than that of the native apps.