Pros and Cons of Native App Development

Often compared to native and hybrid apps because they share many of the same functionalities. Each approach has its advantages. Since all apps are created for mobile entirely so we can’t promoted through Google Play or Apple store. As a result no organic traffic may drive. Overall, the Mobile apps have a great opportunity if your goals refer to higher ROI and an increase in your revenue.


The mobile app has become a top essential need for many companies, but it’s often difficult to selet a right development approach as the lines between the various options are becoming increasingly blurred. From this article, reader will dive deeper into Native Mobile App Development to enjoy the benefits of choosing this particular development approach.

Advantages – Native App Development

Revenue Generation: As compare to responsive web site you can generate more revenue from it. Due to the big audience it has high potential for sales.

Better User Experience: As dedicated coding is done according to each platform so it serves the better user experience among all. Simply, it is more Interactive and intuitive.

More Personalization: It means more flexibility by having a user account and save preferences etc.
Information Security: It provides us the great information security as compare to hybrid app.

Highly Ease in Use: The design of mobile apps easily adjustable on different screen sizes more elegantly than websites and are more fancy looking. Just take an example of blogging app, how to view it:

Portability: It can easily integrate with device utilities (can use the APIs like Camera, audio, network, storage, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, etc).

Performance: High functionality, reliability, and performance. In simple words, it is fine-tuned to run on a specific platform.

Integration with Advance Technologies: Developers can easily integrate it with AR/VR, face recognition, and machine learning.

Push Notification: It can receive push notifications.

Parallel Execution with Operating system: Runs inside the operating system.

Smaller Audience: It contains less variation in hardware

Vendors: Handling different vendors different quirks

Disadvantages – Native App Development

Multiple Programming Languages: Native app development process is much more complex and require more high skilled staff for programming at different languages. So that we could serve on each screen sizes for lots of devices and lots of platforms.

Peak Development Cost: As more and more staff require for native app development so its cost will definably be high in terms development hours. At last, it doubled time and price of development.

High Maintenance: Same as cost of creation the cost of maintenance will definitely be high. In nutshell, Developers must know each of the platforms’ languages.

Isolation: Source code can only work on the targeted platform. Due to this reason, slower to market for multiple source codes.

Device Version Compatibility:  You must have to maintain device version compatibility, e.g. must handle the NFC for iPhones earlier than 7 in a different way. 
Hurdle for Developers: He has to Deal with Multiple layers where bugs may reside.

Poor API support: It is the limitation of developers as they can’t use the latest native APIs until support is handled in the non-native solution.

About the Author:
Rick Mark is a digital marketer and SEO specialist at CMOLDS, An US based business offering efficient and affordable game app development solutions.

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