what is the difference between native and hybrid apps?

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Prateek sharma asked 06-Apr-2018 in Android by Prateek sharma

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Arti Mishra answered 06-Apr-2018 by Arti Mishra

Web App 

Web app is an application that is accessed via a web browser over a network such as internet. Web app don’t need to be downloaded like mobile apps. Web app is loaded in different browser like Chrome, Safari or Firefox and they don’t take more memory or storage on the user’s devices.  

Here we’re talking about mobile app. Mobile app is a type of application software designed to run on a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet computer. Mobile Application provide different type of functionality that user can access our PCs. There are two type of mobile apps: Native & Hybrid.

Native Apps:
Native app is a  Android application that is coded in a different programming languages, such as  objective C, C++ for IOS or Java for Android operating systems. Native apps provide fast performance and a high degree of reliability in your android apps. By the help of native apps you can access your phone’s different devices and also users can use some apps without an internet connection.
However, this type of app is very difficult to develop because it is depend on one type of operating system.
Hybrid Apps:
Hybrid apps, like web apps, but it built in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS and run in something called Web view, a simplified browser within your app. The key difference is that hybrid apps are hosted inside a native application that utilizes a mobile platform’s Web View. A hybrid app is one that combines feature of both native and web app.lication It can also dynamically access online content.

what is the difference between native and hybrid apps?