Mobile app revenue is likely to be close to $1 trillion in 2023, and the bar is set higher for mobile experiences than web these days. Your app will be in good company in a crowded space, so it needs to look good, feel good, and the experience has to be stellar. Hybrid mobile app development using technolgies such as Flutter and React Native's hybrid mobile app framework results in all of the above, with the added advantage that the framework interacts with native components of both iOS and Android (native apps are built from the get go for specific operating systems). Essentially, you get the best of both worlds while saving time and money on development, as you don't need to create completely different apps for iOS and Android platforms. Proleadsoft hybrid app developers know that if brands like Pinterest, Amazon Prime and Tesla have built their apps in React Native, it has to be mobile innovation at its finest. If your app features a significant amount of content and you don't need to rely on a specific smart phone's hardware for optimal user interaction; for example, games, a hybrid app makes good business sense.