Native mobile apps

Native mobile apps offer an optimal user experience and advanced functionality.

Native mobile apps are apps designed and built specifically for a particular mobile operating system, such as Android (Google) and iOS (Apple).

Native mobile apps offer a streamlined user experience and fast, smooth performance because they’re designed to take advantage of the specific features of each operating system. That is, native apps can access device-specific hardware and software, such as the camera, GPS, and local storage, enabling advanced functionality and better integration with other services and apps.

One of the main disadvantages of native mobile apps is that they can be expensive to develop and require specialized resources and platform-specific technical knowledge. Also, the process of publishing and updating native mobile apps in app stores can be more complicated and may require approval from each platform: Google in the case of Android, Apple in the case of iOS.

Native mobile apps offer an optimal user experience and advanced functionality, but require a significant investment in terms of time, money, and technical resources to develop and maintain.

At CUERRA we use specific programming languages and development environments for each platform, such as Java or Kotlin for Android and Swift or Objective-C for iOS.

Hybrid mobile apps

Hybrid mobile apps combine the advantages of web and native apps.

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Cross platform apps

It allow developers to write a single application that runs on multiple platforms.

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Application design

We develop applications to meet the needs of users and improve their technological experience.

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Progressive web apps (PWA)

PWAs are a modern and efficient alternative to traditional native apps.

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