Native App vs Cross-Platform vs PWA Development: Which one is a perfect choice for your business?
Building an app is a great way to achieve your business goals, no matter what you strive to accomplish whether it is brand awareness or an additional source of revenue. An app is very often the brand itself, generating large-scale amounts of revenues while providing a seamless customer experience across every mobile device. Whether it’s a part of the existing business or it is the business, building an app, and establishing a stable and consistent business process around it is not an easy task. Native app, cross-platform app, or PWA? Which one is the perfect choice?
This is not only true from a development point of view but also from a business development perspective. Before you hit that button “Get an App Proposal” there are steps that should be taken in order to understand what type of application will suit your business needs.
First, define the purpose of the app. Clarify if it’s supposed to improve the user experience, make money, entertain your users, or all of that? Second, decide the minimum and maximum budget. Finally, name at least one person from your team responsible for tracking the development process and overseeing the business development. With all of these questions answered, it’s much easier to understand what technologies development teams can use based on the budget and your needs, but also, what type of maintenance, and UX design to implement.
In this post, we will cover three main types of mobile application that can serve different types of industries. After reading it, you’ll be able to understand:
- What type of technology will be a good choice for the mobile application you need?
- How long does it take to build that app? (approximately)
- What type of questions you need to ask before you dive into the app development process?
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