‘Dad, I have an idea!’ - be it before leaving to school or while being driven back from her aerobics classes, during a Disneyland vacay or at the Thanksgiving dinner, my daughter has been exclaiming so in various contexts since she became verbally active and I have always been curious about what’s it this time.
In the present era of cut-throat competition, every business makes moves that help them stay ahead of their rivals. And that’s kind of obvious; isn’t it? A rapid growth in terms of revenue, customer base and market share is something that every business unit dreams of. And enterprise application development and deployment acts as an effective catalyst to accelerate that growth.
In 2018, global mobile app revenues amounted to over 365 billion U.S. dollars which is all set to increase to 935 billion U.S. dollars in 2023. So, the mobile market is invincible at the moment without any signs of slowing down in the foreseeable future. This influences and encourages a lot of small businesses to create a mobile app.
According to sources, PWA currently can replace many Android Apps. PWA in the near future is expected to be able to replace many IOS Apps. Year after year, the mobile app community revolved around iOS and Android and were tied to them. But with the advent of progressive web apps, the duopoly took a hit.
Over 3.8 billion people across the world own a smartphone. I bet most of you are reading this article on a smartphone too ;-) With these kinds of stats, one can take a random wild guess that the mobile app industry is booming. Our today’s assignment is to address the universal question - how much does it cost to make an app?
“Which is a better approach for mobile app development? Native or Hybrid?” If William Shakespeare was born today, the question would have been “To Hybrid or to native”. Anyone who thought of developing a mobile app at any point of time faced this dilemma - Native or hybrid app?
If Hamlet was re-enacted today, the opening line might be - To “Android or to iOS”, that is the question! In this article, we’ll tell you why Cross-platform app development in React Native works and we’ll provide you with A-Z of React Native app development, the pros and cons of using React Native and why React Native is the future of mobile app development.
The world is mobile! Even Google admits ranking your website higher if it’s mobile optimized. Companies are becoming increasingly aware of developing a mobile strategy for their business. Before you decide to follow this trend, ask yourself what you need - a mobile app or a mobile website or both? Web app vs Mobile app: What is better? Let’s find out.
Mobile apps increase business exposure, help build customer loyalty and strengthen brand value. But, the mobile app development cost turns out to be exorbitant most times. To those entrepreneurs looking to reduce their mobile app development costs, this article talks about 5 tips and tricks to push you in the right direction and significantly reduce your mobile app development cost without the risk of compromising on quality.
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