Native apps

Native apps are mobile applications that are developed for a specific platform, such as iOS or Android, using the platform's native programming languages and SDKs. Native apps are designed to take advantage of the features and capabilities of the platform, and are typically distributed through the platform's app store, such as the App Store for iOS or the Google Play Store for Android. Native apps are typically faster and more responsive than other types of mobile apps, and can provide a more seamless and integrated user experience. However, native apps are platform-specific, and must be developed and maintained separately for each platform, which can be time-consuming and expensive. Native apps are often contrasted with web apps, which are mobile apps that are developed using web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and are accessed through a web browser, rather than through an app store.

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