Your customer is on the move
With so much being available for offer in mobile devices, you need a mobile app that will be your customers’ favorite. If you want a sales advantage, which is to place you over your competitors, there is need to integrate your business with the lifestyle of your customers.
When a customer views/ installs your mobile app onto their phone, your business’s customers have permitted you to directly engage them. Updating your customers, promoting events, sending out notifications and even dispatching special offers where and when they are needed.
Build customer loyalty by being able to connect with your customers and prospective customers, on an intimate level and adding value to their daily lives.
Novel Web Designs prioritizes in the development of native apps for Android, iPhone and iPad as well as mobile websites/ mobile web apps.
Mobile Apps vs. Mobile Web Apps
Mobile apps are hosted on the device and their access is through icons found on the device’s home screen. The installation of Mobile apps is done through an app store (like Google Play or Apple’s App Store). These apps are purposefully developed for one platform and take full advantages of features in the device. These apps can use the accelerometer, the camera, the compass, the GPS, contact list and other features. Additionally, the apps can also incorporate gestures (either the standard operating system or new, application- defined gestures). Native apps can work offline by using the device’s notification system.
Mobile Web Apps
Basically, web apps aren’t real applications instead; they are websites that greatly resemble native apps. These apps are run by a browser and are written in HTML5. Users first access them as they would access any other web page. The users then navigate through browsing to a special URL and then they have the option of “installing” the apps on their home screens. This is done by creating a page’s bookmark.
The popularity of web apps became well enhanced with the onset of HTML5 and people realized that they are able to obtain native-like functionality in the browser. The distinction between web apps and the common web pages has become quite blurry as more and more sites are using HTML5 presently.