Can’t decide whether to develop for iOS or Android?
What this means for businesses is that we can build you a mobile application for both iOS and Android much faster than building a separate native app for iOS and a separate native app for Android in their respective languages (generally Objective C for iOS and Java for Android).
Businesses may also choose hybrid mobile development to build an app for one OS in particular, and can decide later whether it’s in their best interests to develop for the other system, too. Just how much code will be able to be shared between an iOS and Android version of an app will depend on the type of app, complexity, and visual elements involved in the design. At present, the average amount of code shared between apps for our clients is around 50% - although this can vary greatly.
Choosing hybrid mobile development solutions is a clever choice when you have developers on staff experienced in web-specific programming languages (rather than languages for desktop applications), as the frameworks used to develop hybrid apps will be far more intuitive.