Native App has been developed for use on a particular platform or device. A native mobile app is a Smartphone application that is coded in a specific programming language, such as Objective C for iOS and Java for Android operating systems. Native mobile apps provide fast performance and a high degree of reliability. They also have access to a phone’s various devices, such as its camera and address book. In addition, users can use some apps without an Internet connection. However, this type of app is expensive to develop because it is tied to one type of operating system, forcing the company that creates the app to make duplicate versions that work on other platforms. Most video games are native mobile apps.
Usually, when people hear “Mobile App” they assume you mean Native App. This is a program that runs on a handheld device ( iPhone, tablet, etc) which has a “smart” operating system which supports standalone software and can connect the internet via wifi or a wireless carrier network. Usually, people download native mobile apps from app stores such as the Apple app store or the Android market. A Native app can only be “Native” to one type of mobile operating system: iOS, Android, Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Phone, WebOS, etc. If you want to also make your app experience available to Android or Blackberry users, you will need to develop and maintain a separate piece of software.
Native Application Development Process Steps:
Testing & Deployment
Android application development service does not end with the launch. As the application gets in the users’ hands, feedback will start pouring in, and enterprises will need to incorporate the feedback to develop the future versions of the app. As soon as the first version of the app is out, the app development cycle commences incorporating new updates and features. As soon as the first version of the app is out, the app development cycle commences yet again incorporating new updates and features, by ensuring that the organization has the required resources to maintain the viability of the product. It is about sustaining a long-term commitment, that is beyond the significant amount of money invested in building the said digital product.