Tag Archives: Hybrid app development services

November 23, 2018

Hybrid Apps – Why It Is a Cost-Effective And Time-Effective Choice

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“By 2020, mobile apps are forecast to generate around 189 billion U.S. dollars in revenues via app stores and in-app advertising.”
– a report by Statista

The business scenario has changed a lot. Today, the focus is more on customers and meeting their needs rather than simply projecting your products or services. Although websites still play an important part in the success of a business, mobile apps are rapidly becoming the next big thing that defines the progress of a business. Sensing the trend and the increasing need, business owners are now actively looking to get a mobile app for their business. The reason is simple, to tap into the highly lucrative smartphone users market.

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October 30, 2018

Debunking The Most Common Myths About Mobile App Development

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Mobile applications have been around for years. We use them in our day to day life for different reasons – to book a movie ticket, read the news, order food, or share photos. With mobile apps becoming a staple in our lives, businesses are quickly moving towards it to reap the benefits. However, like any other spectrum of the IT industry, mobile application development industry is not exempted from prevailing myths. With many clients holding some preconceived notions, it becomes vital to present a true picture of the mobile apps development. Here we will be debunking come common myths to help you decide between iPhone application development and android application development.

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May 22, 2018

5 Ways to Speed up the Performance of Your Hybrid App

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With the maturing of hybrid apps, they are becoming all the more equipped to give native apps a run for time and cost effectiveness. According to a survey by Ionic, hybrid apps’ share in the overall app development is increasing. In the next 2 years, nearly 32.7 per cent developers are expected to abandon native app development in favour of hybrid apps.

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