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Mobile app vs mobile web: What do you choose?


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Now we are very close to the moment when products and services find us, rather than we have to look for them. Instead of exploring the Web for necessary goods, companies send us notifications of current relevant offers. Maybe it’s time to grow?

If you still consider what is better for you: mobile application or web (browser) app, we are here to help.

Here's a short overview of the core questions you should answer and for more detailed review you can download our FREE Whitepaper on "Mobile App vs Mobile Web" to assist you:

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Mobile app vs mobile web: What do you choose?

  1. 1. MOBILE APP vs MOBILE WEB [What Do You Choose?]
  2. 2. Did you know? • 86% of all online users have a smartphone; • 54% of mobile phone users use mobile as their primary Internet source; • 80% of time on mobile is spent inside apps; • 72% of tablet owners purchase online from their tablets each week.
  3. 3. If your plans don’t include mobile, your plans are not finished. Wendy Clark, President, Sparkling Brands & Strategic Marketing @ Coca-Cola North America
  4. 4. Would you like to… • Decide what is better for your business? • Learn the difference between Web and Mobile app? • Select the best development team?
  5. 5. How to decide which is better for YOU? Just answer these simple questions: Your industry? Purpose? Audience?
  6. 6. WEB (browser) apps are better for: Online stores EntertainmentContent projects
  7. 7. Mobile app is good for: Social appsOnline games GPS navigation apps
  8. 8. So are you still considering if you need to: • Use push notifications? • Avoid submission process for users? • Save costs for development? • Release fast?
  9. 9. Grab a FREE copy of our Whitepaper right away! • Reason what will work you the best; • Learn the technical background of both options; • Be able speak common language with development team; • See the whole development process in detail; • Learn how much it costs and how the cost comes up! You will: