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. Publishers can make use of push-notifications, alerting users every time a new piece of content is published or when their attention is required. This is a key method of engagement. You get the opportunity to continually bring your audience back for more.
In that place between mobile Web sites and native apps lie the hybrid apps. Hybrid apps are a way to expose content from existing Web sites in app format. They’re a great way to take your Web content and package it up for publishing in an app store. You can publish hybrid apps in any of the major app stores: Microsoft Windows Store, Google Play, Apple App Store, Amazon Appstore and even BlackBerry World.
Cross-platform mobile development refers to the development of mobile apps that can be used on multiple mobile platforms.
A Web application is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered through a browser interface on PC and Mobile.
Single-Page Applications (SPAs) are Web apps that load a single HTML page and dynamically update that page as the user interacts with the app. SPA performance is very high and user friendly.
It's help to store your data into one centre seure location and share it to all. It's very esay to call from any devices.