The headline reads just right as mobile app development is deemed by many as being among the most dynamic industries worldwide. People are going all guns to jump into the bandwagon, of course, to earn cash from the lucrative field. Well, all I have to say is that no matter from which corner you sprout up do not try becoming a typical app developer whom I refer as “Appreneur.”
Can you imagine a day without your mobile phone? Can you think of any other alternative which can replace its addiction? Well, here in this article, we will figure out some of the best applications which you should try on for a better experience. Basically, we all are aware of the three main types of applications.
Basically, we all are aware of the three main types of applications.
There are basically three types of apps available:
Those who think web apps are the real ones are quite mistaken. Stored on a remote server web apps are real websites, look and feel like native applications. Run by a browser and typically written in HTML5, users can easily access any webpage as soon as they navigate through special URL.
These programs run within a mobile device’s web browser which also means they’re delivered wholly on the fly, as needed, via the internet. Web apps became really popular when HTML5 came around, and people realized that they can obtain native-like–functionality in the browser.
Mobile web apps can be designed to run reasonably well via almost any smart mobile web browser — from the full-featured browsers such as the ones available for iPhones and Android phones, to the mid-range browsers such as you see on many BlackBerry phones. It is used as responsive versions of the website to work on any mobile device.
Developed for a particular platform or device, Native apps are coded in a specific programming language such as Objective C for iOS and Java for Android operating systems.
Fast performance and a high degree of reliability are some of the core benefits of using a native app. It may quite interest you to know that users can use certain apps without an internet connection.
The only drawbacks of using such apps are they are pretty expensive to develop because it is tied to one type of operating system, compelling the business to create an app that makes duplicate versions that work on other platforms. Most video games are native mobile apps.
Have you come across the term cross-platform mobile app development? Hybrid apps are pretty much in relation to cross-platform compatibility that can be developed using platforms such as Sencha, PhoneGap, and Mosync.
It is the marriage of web technology and native execution. For all platforms altogether with Xamarin, React Native, Ionic, Angular Mobile Sencha Touch, etc.
We can build and design our own mobile app using any of the above-given types. Here, we get you some list of useful applications which are designed to make your life much easier.
There are 33 categories of applications in Google Play and 24 categories in Apple’s App Store. But some studies have shown that among all of these, only seven app categories have managed to interact better with the user. Let us see all of them.
Top Mobile Apps Categories
- Clash Of Clans
- Candy Crush Saga
- Angry Birds Go
- Temple Run
- Trivia Crack
- Subway Surfer
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Voxer Walkie Talkie Messenger
- Indeed Job Search
- Facebook Pages Messenger
- Dragon Dictation
- Square Register – Point of Sale
- Duolingo – Learn languages For Free
- Photomath – Camera Calculator
- Quizlet: Flashcard & Language App to Study & Learn
- Lumosity – Brain Training
- Text Free: Free Texting
- PINK Nation
- The Daily Horoscope
- The Game By Hot or Not
- Trip Advisor
- Talking Tom Cat
- Amazon Prime Video
- NBC – Watch Now And Stream Full TV Episodes
Social Media Mobile Apps
Utility Mobile Apps
- Google News
- Yahoo News
- LinkedIn Pulse
The most golden rule is no matter what type of app, it should make life easier. And that’s what the business requirements purely dictate the choice of one or another.
Stephanie Donahole is working as a Business Analyst at Tatvasoft Australia, a SharePoint development company having Expert SharePoint Developers in Melbourne, Australia. She loves to write about technology innovation and emergence. Follow Her on Twitter.