When it comes to mobile apps, Apple, Android, and Windows all support varying standard design elements and software development kits.
Mobile developers will ordinarily choose between three basic types of apps to build: native, web, and hybrid. Though each type has its own pros and cons, native apps tend to offer the tightest connection and highest performance on each platform because they’re written using native APIs.
The problem? Native apps have historically been expensive and time-consuming to build because they could only be developed for one platform at a time.
But our MetroStar Mobile teams specialize in a unique type of development that helps cut time and overhead costs. Learn more about our Cross-Platform Native Development practice in our latest #MetroStarMinute.