IPhone has gained a very strong position in the high end of the smart phones' market and in spite of the competition iPhone's attractiveness is constantly growing. With the smart phone market overtaking the PC market in just three years of its launch, this device has managed to keep its position in the market for four years since its introduction. As per a market research, Apple had 400,000 applications on 16 January 2011 and the number of applications in the Apple App store is doubling every 6 months. This growth can only be explained by the expanding customer base.
Apple's iPhone is the most popular smart phone in today's market. Hence, Apple has provided iPhone developers with a exclusive platform for creating mobile applications by release an SDK for the its phone. This has given the developers access to the phone's platform, including the accelometer, calendar, touch interface, etc.
The Android platform is a framework developed by Google and the Open Handset Alliance. This platform also acts as operating system for mobile devices and provides innumerable of opportunities in Android mobile application development.
Android is thought to be one of the most flexible and open platforms in many aspects. Android is also becoming the first choice as a native OS for a variety of tablet computers. We have the necessary Android development expertise in delivering a plethora of applications.
Android offers a multitasking environment and organized mobile device core functionality access to developers. Android provides a broad array of possibilities for Android mobile application development. Be it stand alone applications, solutions integrated with enterprise back-end systems, gaming, office related or communications capabilities, Revelar's developers will work to ensure a top-end result. Beyond that, the Android platform provides an interface to the web, that allows applications to insert various online content; which is a very important feature in today's world that is dependent on access to the Internet round the clock.
A hybrid application (hybrid app) is one that combines elements of both native and Web applications. Native applications are developed for a specific platform and installed on a computing device. Web applications are generalized for multiple platforms and not installed locally but made available over the Internet through a browser.
Most applications could be considered hybrid apps. Web apps, such as online banking services, typically store some content locally; locally stored native apps, such as Microsoft Word, also interface to the Internet.