Hybrid apps are designed and developed to work on multiple operating systems. This means you don’t have to pay to code and design the app for each platform. There is no need to add native code and design patterns for the same app functionality across operating systems.
These mobile applications are easy to maintain. Developers have to choose the just right framework for developing an app. Some popular frameworks are Jquery, PhoneGap, Xamarin, Ionic and kendoUI. They are easy to upgrade and offer low maintenance services.
Hybrid mobile apps typically offer higher speeds than other native apps because they often use lightweight graphics and animations, and they don’t constantly reload the data. Hybrid apps are also built to run on poor connectivity, so users can access content quickly no matter their bandwidth.
Hybrid mobile apps also are known as cross-platform applications. They are designed and developed to cope with diverse platforms and operating systems. Compared with native apps, hybrid apps are easier to scale because of their framework and technology.