Mobile application development is a procedure in which software application is created for mobile devices. The mobile application employs a network connection to operate with remote computing resources.
iOS platform is the OS that powers Apple’s flagship product – the iPhone. While iOS is used only in Apple devices, the android operating system (OS) is used by both Google and other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to build their smartphones and other smart devices.
Native Mobile Applications are those written in the programming language and framework that the platform owner offers. These applications run on the operating system of devices like iOS and Android. Hybrid mobile apps are developed using standard web tools and are clubbed as app installation packages.