Design pros USA is developing a cross platform mobile app development, you will almost certainly need to design it for various platforms. This usually entails addressing both iOS and Android devices.
Unlike in the early days of the "smartphone" era, when many developers focused solely on a single platform, market research reveals that the U.S. consumer market is split roughly 47 percent Apple and 52 percent Android. How can you tackle the difficulty of developing your mobile application for both of these platforms as a key decision-maker or developer?
Yes, employing native engineers from a smaller pool of expertise is more expensive, but more crucially, neither code base you're working with is sharable. The code developed by the iOS team cannot be utilized by the Android team, and vice versa. You now have two independent code bases, each of which must be maintained separately. As a result, if your app's business logic or design changes, your firm must now update and test both code bases to accommodate the change.