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Native vs. Cross Platform Mobile App Development: Which One Is Better?

[1] Mobile app development accompanies loads of considerations based on which the developers decide whether they should go for native or cross platform mobile app development. Both these ways are vibrantly used at present by small and big enterprises. The selection of a particular platform, however, depends on one’s specific business needs, budget considerations, time constraints, etc.
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