Native Vs Hybrid Applications

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Native vs Hybrid app

While the popularity of mobile apps is touching new heights, there is always confusion about which technology to use for the development.  And generally, confusion occurs between native vs hybrid applications. While both have their pros and cons and there are various factors that affect the selection of any technology.

It depends upon the following factors:


  • Objective of application
  • Features to include in application
  • Allocation of budget
  • Pace of development



Faster – Code optimized for the platform and hardware.

Longer– Takes longer as it requires separate development for each platform.

Higher– Requires special considerations, time & specialists for each platform.

Lower– Easier to maintain and update the previous version.

Optimized– A tailored design which the users are visually familiar with.


Slower– Use 3rd party APIs for code optimization.

Shorter– Takes less time as it can be released on multiple platforms faster.

Lower– Doesn’t require a dedicated specialist for each platform.

Higher– Harder to upkeep as third party solutions often become incompatible.

Compromised– A generic design which the user may find harder to navigate.

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