We are in the midst of a transformation in the mobile app development industry. As microprocessing technology advances, mobile applications will be able to run on multiple platforms. Apps made for mobile phones will run seamlessly on desktop computers in years to come. Furthermore, Flutter and React Native apps will work on Android, iPhone, Mac and PC devices. Before we dive into that more deeply, let's take a look at how users use mobile apps and what opportunities there are for developing your own mobile app.
Google Android and Apple iOS are the two most important platform for mobile apps. Apple's exclusive operating system for iPhones is iOS. Android, on the other hand, runs on a wide variety of handsets produced by multiple OEMs, including Google. Both require software development kits (SDKs), but the SDKs for each platform are different. Unlike Apple, Google makes Android available to other companies that meet specific requirements. More than 1.5 million developers have so far created applications for both platforms.
Developing a mobile application requires a step-by-step process. Here are the three steps: