Not all types of native mobile apps are created equal

A "native app" in the context of mobile applications is a type of application developed for a specific handheld platform. The platform usually refers to an operating system (e.g., iOS, Android, etc.) but can also include different mobile device types in conjunction with the operating system.
Native apps offer some advantages over mobile web apps, and many enterprises want to offer them t…

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