BY RabIT software engineering · February 25, 2020
Stick to native apps if you want to utilize 100% of the available hardware functions on each device. Certain required functions that are available for Apple smartphones and tablets might be unavailable or work in a completely different way on devices that run Android.
Also, if you specifically want to develop for the newest hardware, you might be better off choosing native apps. Experience shows that cross-platform development tools and frameworks are updated a bit slower than those that are used for single-platform development.
These benefits don’t mean that cross-platform apps can’t be expensive, or that they are always quick to develop. Generally, most native apps can be developed as cross-platform apps and the other way around. Your choice should depend on your preference and overall business strategy.
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