If a native app and a web app got married and had a kid, it would be a hybrid app.
You install it like a native app, but it’s actually a web app on the inside.
Say you have an idea for an app and you don’t know if people will like it or not.
Your goal is to put something usable into their hands as quickly as possible. You’re short on resources, so you need to create a simple version of your product that still provides value.
In the startup world, this is called an MVP, or minimum viable product.
Building a web app might be the truly minimal option, but it won’t really allow you to test whether people will download and use an app on their device.
A hybrid app offers a solution to this.
Advantages of Hybrid Apps
One codebase to manage
All the advantages of hybrid apps stem from the fact that, instead of building two apps, you’re building one app and simply tweaking it a bit so it works on both platforms.
With a hybrid app, you only have one codebase to manage.
You save time and money
As you only have to manage one code base, you’ll probably require half the number of developers two native apps would have required. Or, with the same number of developers, a hybrid app could be published in half the time.
Easier to scale
Hybrid apps are easier to scale to another platform. Once you’ve built for one platform, you can launch on another like Windows Mobile.
and hence at Softacle Enterprise we provide you the best solution for making hybrid apps to skyrocket your business.