Business Analysis, Innovative Ideas, IT Mobile Governance, Policies, Roadmap, Stakeholders
Concept Development, Prototyping, User Experience, User Acceptance, Interactive Design, Interface Design
Native Mobile, Development, Cross-Platform & Hybrid, Web and Standalone, Applications, Backends & CMS, API & Middleware, Quality Assurance, Testing Methodologies
Analytics, Crash Management, Guaranteed, Response Time, Exclusive Support
Native is generally best for building more complex apps. It gives better user experience. Higher quality and performs better than hybrid. Shorter time to release the apps to respective stores.
Good for simple apps with few features and native UI elements. Cost effective for all platforms like iOS, Android and Windows mobiles. Takes more time to release the apps as it involves common coding for all.
Easy accessible through browsers as it doesn’t require installation. Better reach but native UI and features like finger print scanning needs to be compromised. Allows SEO and ofter better discoverability.