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Native Apps

Native apps are applications that are developed through the integral development tools of a mobile platform.

These development tools are based on common development languages: Java or C for Android, Objective C for iOS (Apple) and C# for Windows Phone. Integral development results in a product that ultimately utilizes all the capabilities of the device such as GPS, Bluetooth, camera, microphone and graphics hardware, used primarily for all those games that today are no less powerful than those for PC and game consoles.

So when you want to develop an app that will load quickly with no hiccups and be compatible with all devices on the same operating system (even by different manufacturers), native is the way most developers would go. This, by the way, is the reason why Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, said uncharacteristically at the end of 2012 that despite two years of development, choosing HTML5 to develop the Facebook app had been a mistake and the actual app did not present the legendary fun and intuitive browsing experience associated with Facebook’s classic online site.

In addition to both these benefits, native apps or hybrid apps encased in a native shell are the only apps that can be uploaded to Google and Apple’s app stores, and in the case of Apple, their store is the only legal channel through which you can install applications (that is, without jailbreaking the device which leads to invalidation of Apple’s warranty).

The Main Disadvantages of Native Apps

Despite the obvious advantage in terms of performance, speed and reliability of native apps, their development is often slower, and requires the programmer to have extensive knowledge, compared to hybrid apps or HTML5 apps which are based on accepted Internet standards and are therefore easier for less experienced programmers to develop. Another major disadvantage of native applications is that if you want to convert them to a competing operating system, development time is further increased.

Also, since the application itself is stored on the user's device, manual confirmation of updates is required, meaning that some users probably don’t update their app for quite a while (although notifications on available updates are more prominent nowadays than ever before).

 

Read more about: 
Hybrid Apps
HTML5 Apps
Phonegap Apps

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