Native mobile apps are software applications explicitly developed on a particular mobile platform, such as iOS or Android. They are written in the programming language supported by the specific platform and use its built-in features and capabilities. These apps are typically distributed through the platform’s official app store and can be downloaded and installed directly onto a user’s device.
Because native mobile apps are optimized for a specific platform, they tend to offer a high level of performance, smooth and responsive user interface, and access to device-specific functionality such as camera, GPS and push notifications. However, developing a native app for each platform can be time-consuming and costly.
Also, See: Hybrid Mobile Apps