What is the difference between Web vs Hybrid vs Native Apps?
Web apps are a type of website that can be used either from a desktop or a mobile device, without the need to install them. Instead, they are accessed through a browser, which is a further app that most computers and smartphones have.
Native apps are designed for a specific platform. This ensures that they can be accessed from different app stores and not through browsers. It also ensures maximum code reusability. Native apps are powerful, sustainable, and scalable. They are increasingly gaining popularity among users since they are fast and deliver superior performance. Since Native apps are adapted to each platform, there is minimum code reusability.
Hybrid applications combine the best of both worlds: functionality and performance of natively-developed apps with the reach of web technologies. They are downloaded from application stores and can be used on multiple OS systems including iOS, Android, OSX, etc.
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