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Vlad Pshenychka

Mobile App vs Mobile Website: Which is Best for Your Business?

Reported by Vlad Pshenychka | December 7th, 2016 @ 08:23 AM

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  • Vlad Pshenychka
  • maria petar

    maria petar April 21st, 2017 @ 03:20 PM

    According to the UN, more than 6 billion people worldwide own at least one cell phone. Humanity is going mobile whether we like it or not. In confirmation of this trend mobile app development market is said to reach $77 billion globally. So mobile app development is booming like never before. Moreover, it’ll not stop its growth any sooner (this is according to statistics http://adoriasoft.com/6-rising-trends-mobile-app-development-2017/). That is why in modern world you should have both the app and the mobile friendly website.

  • Alex Black

    Alex Black October 5th, 2017 @ 05:54 AM

    In any business success is identified by the opportunity of an entrepreneur to follow all of the most popular and recent trends, which are emerging in the community. The same situation is with the development of applications, web resources and videogames. That is why we are willing to show the readers all of those top innovations of 2017, that may change the world. https://artjoker.net/blog/web-development-trends-for-2017/ Read also about app development trends https://artjoker.net/blog/mobile-applications-whats-trendy-in-2017/

  • Paresh Sagar

    Paresh Sagar May 9th, 2018 @ 03:37 AM

    A mobile application has the capability to revamp your approach towards the clients. the best mobile app can take your business to new pinnacle while an inept business can waste a lot of your time and money. Read this article you will understand why mobile app is best and what is cost to develop an app. https://excellentwebworld.com/how-much-does-app-development-cost/

  • Aleksandra

    Aleksandra March 11th, 2019 @ 11:09 AM

    A great deal of work! Thanks a lot for writing this useful content!

    I would like to share my experience and to recommend you to choose a native app development as it has more advantages than mobile websites. Native apps look and feel great, and operate very well, which leads to better user experience, customer satisfaction, and retention rates.

    These days, mobile apps are a business instrument that acts as another communication and sales channel with clients. Thus, it is necessary to build product that performs very well so that your app may succeed.

    I would like to share additional information similar to it. Find out more here https://mlsdev.com/blog/167-native-app-development

  • Jessica Smith

    Jessica Smith November 15th, 2019 @ 06:20 AM

    Irrespective of the advantages of a mobile website or native application, the main aim is to reach the user and increase revenue. Hence, the answer of which is better actually depends on the objective of your business and what it aims for. In both the scenario, you will require quality-content and accessibility that can made user experience as smooth as possible. It must work on the enhancement of customer experience and interaction of the customer with business.
    If we talk in terms of value and strategy, both of them have its own importance if we proceed it correctly. It will improve your brand image in the market. If luck is on your side, then you can, in fact, try out both pronged approach at the same time. Find out more here https://sisgain.com/mobile-website-development

  • Sagar Shah

    Sagar Shah January 20th, 2020 @ 05:34 AM

    As Julie Ask, Vice President, Forrester Research, quoted, “We still see most of our clients cramming PC experiences onto phones when they should be thinking in terms of mobile moments instead.”

    It shows the gravity of thoughts that should have been extended far down the lane in this era.

    As per research by App Annie, $41.1 billion as gross income revenue was generated by the mobile app industry in 2015.

    There is a probability as per the reports that this will be elevating further up to $50.9 billion and gradually balloon to $189 billion by 2020.

    It shows that the mobile app development companies have no signs of putting the brakes on.

    Why Mobile Apps instead of Mobile Website?
    ->They give offline working facilities.


    ->They give handy and comfortable experience.

    ->They are faster than websites.

    ->They provide tremendous user interface and user experience.

    Moreover, there are enormous endless aspects in this list of comparisons.

  • Daniel Dan

    Daniel Dan May 4th, 2020 @ 11:40 AM


    Thanks for sharing your knowledges.

    I think they are both equal and significant for your business.
    I also have some tips about how to reduce the costs of building a mobile app while crisis.

    Hope it will be useful for everyone!

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