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How to Choose between Mobile Website and Mobile App #Infographic #Mobile

The world becomes progressively interconnected and one of the proofs is a noticeable rise of smartphones. Internetlivestats.com says that there are 3,447,657,800 something Internet users today and about 60% of them are supposed to be connected via non-desktop devices.
To stay trendy, you should consider creating an app or a mobile website, to make the world know about you and your services or products.

Which variant to choose is not a matter of a snap decision and you better get professional advice. But still, here is some brief info to ease your decision-making.

Why you may tend to choose a mobile website for your business:

  • It’s adaptive to any screen size on any device.
  • It is cross-platform and available for any OS user.
  • It can be quickly updated without the necessity to upload it to any app marketplace.
  • It can be found simply via keywords in the web search.

Why an application can be a more attractive decision:

  • It provides much closer interaction with your potential users.
  • It has a higher level of personalization thanks to personal user’s data availability.
  • It provides the user with a handy interface and better navigation, as it is developed according to the defined OS.

Of course, there is still a lot to consider before you are able to make a choice which will satisfy both you and your future users. To know more, look at the infographic.

An infographic by Cleveroad.

About Maria Kennedy

Content crafter at Infographic List. Maria Kennedy is a content creator by day and a yogi by night. When she is not working on her blogs, you can find her playing with her three boys or travelling in their van. Don't miss out on her travel and food blog >>> Travel for Food Hub.

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