What is Native App Development in the Context of 2019?


The native app development refers to developing software programs that can run in specific devices such as desktops, smart TVs as well as all types of gadgets. The native app development is very popularly used to create software programs for contemporary smartphones. In simple understanding, if you are reading this article on your smartphone it is because of the native app which has been installed in your smartphone. As per the IDC’s 2018 statistics, the native app development was responsible for the Apple iOS and Google Android operating systems squeezing almost all other Oss from the market in 2018. Therefore, native app development was prioritised for iOS and androids in 2019.

The native mobile apps usually do not run in browsers like in various web applications and websites. You will have to download them from app stores especially from platform-specific app stores such as Google Play or Apple’s app store. You can access the app and its applications after installing them from the respective store and from the app icon displayed on your mobile screen. The native app development eventually needs a different set of technologies and skills in comparison to the skills and technologies of mobile website development.

In native app development, you need not care or worry about the behaviour and compatibility of the browser. After the installation, you can easily use the features of a native app with the best user experience and easily implement the app functionalities. The mobile apps come in two basic types namely the native mobile apps and hybrid apps. Both the native apps as well as the hybrid apps are almost similar features at first glance, but the technologies applied in the underground are completely different. The hybrid apps are a combination of native mobile apps and web apps. You can build the combination by using JavaScript, HTML and CSS.