To take you through the hierarchy of a mobile app development, let’s begin with the end goal. It’s essential to have clarity in thought at the initial stage for an efficient execution. Keeping the core feature aside of the non-core (“what i also want in the app”) features greatly helps in designing a strategy that focuses on the main product. Once the idea is firm enough, shift the focus to the design element. Design is a medium to reciprocate the thought and communicate the same with the user. Minimal design and clear action buttons keep it simple for the user to operate the mobile app, accelerating the user experience.
Limit your efforts to the idea and design of the mobile app, for what comes next is the development process. Allow an expert team of developers to take control of the codes and frameworks that lead to the packaging of the app. All you need to decide here is the platform that is to contain the application - Android, iOS or any other.
NATIVE AND HYBRID MOBILE APPS
Take the time to think through the consideration between a native and a hybrid app. Based on the choice of your operating system for the software, there are evident enough distinctions between native apps that are designed for a particular OS and hybrid apps that can function across all platforms. Consider the pros and cons based on budget, ease of updates, security, performance, response rate, speed, source codes, technology used, etc. What brings bigger benefits to the business should be the bottom line of making the decision between the two.