Today, companies depend on numerous mobile applications for serving their users. Businesses choose native apps because they easily combine with the whole mobile ecosystem. A native application is a software program that is developed for using on a particular platform or device. And its OS has the ability to use device-specific hardware and software.
When compared to web apps and mobile cloud apps Native apps can provide optimized performance and take advantage of the latest technology. Native apps work with the device's OS in ways that enable them to perform faster and more flexibly than alternative application types. A native app installs directly on a mobile device. Data associated with the native app is stored on the device or remotely such as in cloud-based storage.
One of the major advantages of native applications include broad functionalities due to using the capabilities of the underlying device with fast and responsive software performances. Native application tools include Swift and Java, Kotline which are open source, and they are the main programming languages used by Apple and Google.