Where are Cross-Platform App Frameworks Headed?

As iOS and Android become the most used mobile platforms (with Windows and Blackberry’s beating retreat of
sorts), cross-platform app frameworks have certainly risen to popularity. With their ability to kill two birds with one
stone (in this case iOS and Android) these frameworks have become the new favorite of developers as well as
businesses.
According to SensorTower,
“Apple’s App Store will hit 5 million apps by 2020, more than doubling its current size”
According to Statista
“The number of available apps in the Google Play Store was most recently placed at 2.6 million apps in December
2018…”
In such a scenario, businesses wouldn’t risk missing their presence on either platform. Budgeting, however, is
usually an issue if businesses go for native apps. This is why cross-platform app development has emerged as the
unrivaled choice of businesses that aim for presence on Android as well as iOS.
Consequently, it is the cross-platform frameworks that take the center stage in this scenario. Before we move on
to find out where this category of frameworks stands in 2019, let’s discover some basics about them.

So, Where are Cross-Platform App Frameworks Headed?
It is plain to see that better cost-efficiency, higher return on investment, and shorter time to market are the major
reasons why businesses choose cross-platform frameworks at all. And it makes perfect sense. The future is plain to
see. These three virtues are going to make these and more cross-platform app frameworks not only survive but
thrive too.

NOTE: This post, is cross referenced report, from different internet resources, for one of my client. Cross Plateform Development For Mobile Development-Exploration Report-By CognitiveConvergence Team, See details here.

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