Native Application Development

Apart from ‘Cross-Platform Application Development’, My Mobile Innovations also expertise in ‘Native Application Development’. A native application (native app) is an application program that is developed for use on a particular platform or device. For example a mobile app designed for iPhone would be based on the iOS operating system code. This would not be compatible with an Android device. To make it compatible, two separate mobile apps would need to be developed.
Once the app has been installed on your device, you can launch it like any other service the device offers. Upon initialization, the native app interfaces directly with the mobile operating system, without any intermediary or container.

Few platforms that our experts use to develop native application for you are:

Apple Android Blackberry Window Symbian
Language Objective-C, C, C++ Java (Some C, C++) Java C#, VB.NET, etc Standard C/C++, Java ME, Ruby, .NET, etc.
Tools Xcode Android SDK BB Java Eclips Plug-In Visual Studio, Windows Phone, Dev Tools AVKON
Packing Format .app .apk .cod .xap .sis, .sisx
Application Store Application Store Android Market Place Blackberry App World Windows Phone Market OVI Store

Advantages of developing and offering Native Application:

Offline Access:

Native apps can be used when a user has no network connectivity, such as on an airplane, in the subway or in an underground parking garage. If users are sometimes in areas where network access is unavailable or unreliable, a native app is your only real option.

Device Integration:

Native apps are more effective at integrating the unique capabilities of the mobile device into the application, such as the GPS, Contact List, Camera and Voice Recorder. In a native app, images, GPS coordinates, voice memos can be directly piped into the database without the user having to search and attach them.

User Experience:

The user interface of a native app is designed to be consistent with what the users expects and is accustomed to their particular device.

Flexible Synchronization:

It can be configured to periodically synchronize with various backend data sources, which can reduce data costs, particularly while roaming.

Push Capabilities:

This automatically update the application data rather than relying on the user to log into the web application. Through this, we get all the important information out to your Smartphone without you having to constantly check the database over the web.