Create a Native or Web App
The difference between the two applications is important.
1- Select an app template
2- Edit your app
3- Publish on Google Play or App Store
Let’s take a look at these main differences.
Web Apps or Web Applications are always executed through a web browser. They use HTML, CSS and Java Script, the same technologies as any web page and make use of device-specific web application technology. They can even be installed with their own icon alongside other applications and store small amounts of data locally to function.
Advantages of Creating a Web Application:
One of the main advantages of Web applications is to be multiplatform, so that with minimal adjustments can run on cell phones and tablets of different platforms, for example iOS, Android, Windows Phone, etc.. To work, these web applications do not need to make use of app stores so they do not require their approval or meet conditions that they impose for applications they distribute. Being hosted on a centralized server, it is guaranteed that all devices have the most updated version of the application, resulting in fewer support problems to the end customer.
Mobile native mobile applications is to be able to benefit from the distribution channels of the Marquet places of each platform.
Native mobile applications are installed on your mobile so it is not necessary to have an internet connection, although it is true that some parts of the application are installed on the devices, usually from app stores.
They are developed using technologies specific to each of the platforms, which means that they usually require independent development for each of them. While it is true that there are cross-platform solutions, such as ours, that give excellent results without increasing the effort and time you spend on them.
Advantages of Creating Native Applications:
The main advantage of a native mobile app is to be able to benefit from the distribution channels of the Marquet places of each platform.
Native mobile apps are installed on your mobile so it is not necessary to have an internet connection, although it is true that some parts of the application from the Marquet places.
Cons of Creating Native Applications :
The user must update the application from time to time from the Marquet places.
Sell my Mobile application or Monetize by inserting ads
If you have set as a goal to earn money thanks to your mobile application, remember that it is easier using native applications than web applications.
You can publish your applications on Google Play or App Store and sell them, you decide the price, or you can monetize them by adding advertising from different companies that we offer on our platform.
So, what is the right solution for me?
There is no one answer for everyone. If your budget allows it, it would be best to opt for both options, create a Web Application and a Native Application, so you can capture both groups.
For that we offer you different plans and platforms that allow you to cover all your needs.
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