Hybrid App Development

A hybrid app is created as a single app for use on multiple platforms like Android, iPhone, and Windows.Hybrid applications are actually native apps and web apps combined together.

It is a single product that works on many operating systems like iOS, Android, Windows etc. We are top notch Hybrid app development company in india, provides cost effective, feature rich, faster Hybrid app development solution for your business.

They look and feel like a native application but are actually run by company website. Created with HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript, It is basically a web-based program put in a native app shell and connected to the device hardware.

Why Hybrid?


Decreased Cost

If you are budget-centric, Hybrid app development occurs only once for all the platforms (Android, IOS, Windows) and you don’t need to hire different programmers.


Low Maintenance

As we already know hybrid apps are web apps incorporated in a native shell, so its content can be updated as many times as you need or want. So, hybrid apps have a low maintenance.


Shorter Time to Market

How quickly do you want your app to go live? As there is a high competition in the market and the same idea being pitched by more than one entrepreneur, you want to introduce your app to the target audience as quickly as possible. If that’s the case, then you should go for Hybrid App development.



React native

React native is a rising open source platform & the future of Hybrid Mobile App Development. Basically, it based on JavaScript & allows you to build a mobile app using JavaScript. Primarily, it gives more attention to the view part of the app. Some well-known apps built using React Native are – Facebook, Walmart, UberEATS & Instagram etc.

Features :

  • Offers a lot of Plugins and completely support Node.Js
  • Great Response Time and Extremely fast.
  • Compatible with iPhone & Android.
  • Reusable Components.
  • React Native is open-source.
  • Less Memory Usage.
  • Just write once & Utilize react native UI components to an existing app code. You do not need to rewrite again.


PhoneGap is the most popular cross-platform framework for mobile hybrid application development. From the team behind Apache Cordova, the Adobe PhoneGap framework is an open source distribution of the Cordova framework. With PhoneGap, you can reuse existing web development skills to quickly make hybrid applications built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for multiple platforms with a single codebase so you can reach your audience no matter their device.

The core of Apache Cordova applications uses CSS3 and HTML5 for their rendering and JavaScript for their logic. HTML5 provides access to underlying hardware such as the accelerometer, camera, and GPS. However, browsers’ support for HTML5-based device access is not consistent across mobile browsers, particularly older versions of Android.

Apache Cordova can be extended with native plug-ins, allowing developers to add more functionalities that can be called from JavaScript, making it communicate directly between the native layer and the HTML5 page. These plugins allow access to the device’s accelerometer, camera, compass, file system, microphone, and more.



Ionic is the most popular & favorite framework on the list for the hybrid app development. It is an HTML5 mobile app development framework which is designed with native-styled UI elements. It is used to build hybrid mobile apps. The cool thing about it is that Iconic has a rich set of advanced features such as mobile components, interactive paradigms, typography, and an extensible base theme that makes the job easier.

Features :

  • Expertise in the advanced technologies such as CSS, HTML AngularJS or Javascript components.
  • Support for Angular material design.
  • Wrapping Angular Framework.
  • The Ionic framework is easily maintainable.
  • Scalable.
  • Easy to read.
  • Open source & free.


Xamarin is a Microsoft-owned San Francisco California-based software company founded in May 2011 which has cross-platform implementations of the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) and Common Language Specifications (often called Microsoft .NET).

With a C# shared codebase, developers can use Xamarin tools to write native Android, iOS, and Windows apps with native user interfaces and share code across multiple platforms, including Windows and MacOS. Xamarin is one of the top hybrid mobile app development framework. It saves your time regarding re-utilizing abilities, tools, teams and the best significant part is code. You can influence the array of Xamarin and Android APIs as well as design an amazing experience for glass with the Android SDK and GDK.

What are hybrid mobile apps?

Hybrid mobile apps are applications that are installed on a device, just like any other app. What differentiates them is the fact they possess elements from native apps, applications developed for a specific platform such as iOS or Android, with elements from web apps, websites that act like apps but are not installed on a device but are accessed on the Internet via a browser.

Hybrid apps are deployed in a native container that uses a mobile WebView object. When the app is used, this object displays web content thanks to the use of web technologies (CSS, JavaScript, HTML, HTML5).

It is in fact displaying web pages from a desktop website that are adapted to a WebView display. The web content can either be displayed as soon as the app is opened or for certain parts of the app only i.e. for the purchase funnel.

In order to access a device's hardware features (accelerometer, camera, contacts…) for which the native apps are installed, it is possible to include native elements of each platform’s user interfaces (iOS, Android): native code will be used to access the specific features in order to create a seamless user experience. Hybrid apps can also rely on platforms that offer JavaScript APIs if those functionalities are called within a WebView.

What are the advantages of hybrid apps?

Hybrid apps offer a certain number of advantages:

  • Combining user experience with an agile development cycle and controlled costs.
  • Avoid the limitations of the Apple App Store: to deploy an application on the Apple App Store, the app has to be submitted and there is a waiting time for validation. The delay will vary depending on the time of the year, but also depending on whether it is a first submission or an update. It generally takes between 1 to 7 days. Hybrid apps thus offer a great advantage for developers who wish to update their app frequently as it is not necessary to resubmit the new version if the modifications haven’t touched native code.
  • Finding resources: most applications have an iOS version and an Android version. They are thus developed using the corresponding programming language: Objective-C or Swift for iOS, Java for Android. Hybrid apps allow for the use of programming languages used frequently by web developers (HTML, JavaScript and CSS) who can thus reuse their knowledge. This makes finding resources to build a hybrid app easier.
  • Reusing the code of the web app part: the code is written once and deployed across all mobile platforms.
  • Reducing development time and costs: the code is written once, which substantially reduces development time and costs compared to native apps which require development for iOS and development for Android.
What are the limitations of hybrid apps?
  • A limited user interface: hybrid apps have a design that doesn’t have a native feel. The user interface thus isn’t as seamless. Possibilities (3D for example) are also restricted due to the fact that WebView is used and that this doesn’t allow the exploitation of the devices’ full potential.
  • The difficulty or impossibility to exploit the platforms’ capacities in full. Each platform, iOS or Android, has unique capacities that a developer may wish to exploit. If this is the case, a combination of specific plugins and code of the platform will be used to achieve this on a hybrid app. This further complicates the app development project.

How to choose the right app type?

Before deciding to develop a hybrid app, an organization will have to take into account a certain number of factors in order to launch a digital product that brings its future users full satisfaction and the expected business results.

The following questions will help choosing an adequate development strategy for the project to succeed.

  • What is the user target group?
  • How will our users access the application?
  • Should it be available in App Stores?
  • Do we need to update it frequently?
  • What is the level of complexity of the functionalities that we wish to develop?
  • Do we need to use the devices’ native functionalities?
  • What kind of user experience do we wish to offer?
  • What are our development resources?

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