There is a big difference between native and cross-platform app development. Native app development involves the creation of individual apps for the Android and iOS platforms.
A single program may run on both platforms thanks to cross-platform development.
Native app development uses the standard IDEs and development languages for the Android and iOS environments. Android apps are typically Java/Kotlin running Android Studio. For iOS apps, this is Objective C or Swift with Xcode.
Native apps usually work flawlessly on their respective platforms and rank highly in their respective app stores. However, native app development is more expensive and time-consuming.
Well-developed cross-platform applications also work well but require less time and money to develop. Also, cross-platform apps are easier to update than native apps.
We will work with you to determine if cross-platform or native development is the right choice for your business.