When it comes to developing Android mobile apps, we strictly prefer the native language. This certainly increases the development cost but the end result is worth it. We have combined experience of more than a decade in mobile apps development and during these years we have preferred working on native languages for both the platform – Objective C and Swift for iOS and Java for Android. The reasons why we suggest our clients stick to native Android development are listed below :
- OS updates always tend to break the hybrid apps and while all hybrid platforms update themselves to release their version according to the latest OS version, your app might stay in a broken condition during this time. This definitely doesn’t leave a good impression on app users.
- Native development has a strong foundation compared to hybrid development. Since the development language is the same as the system language of the device, the performance is always much better than a hybrid app.
- If you think developing a hybrid app doesn’t require any involvement with the native language, then you are wrong. Hybrid development is always followed by the respective device’s native development.
Check out some screenshots of our Android app works here: