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Topic: Role of Native applications
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posted: 7/16/2020 at 12:05:07 PM ET
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The native application is uniquely developed for a particular operating system. You need to learn that each platform has a different program whether iOS or Android. Thus, you must build multiple applications with the chosen operating system language if your goal is to make your software accessible on all platforms. Application Development in California suggests that the key advantage of this kind of program is that it does not require an Internet connection. The application stores install and download native applications. This simplifies the promotion of your app and other features. Did you know about this?

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posted: 7/17/2020 at 1:41:02 PM ET
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