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Software Agency for Individual Mobile Apps

Native and Hybrid Apps and PWAs

Which app type is the best for your business idea?

In order to decide which technology your app idea should be implemented with, various issues have to be considered. Who is your target group, what are your specific requirements and those of your users? Are there any specifications/restrictions in terms of the existing system landscape? Do you want your idea to be accessible on all mobile devices? Should desktop users also have access? There are a variety of issues to consider. We determine what the optimal solution for you and your company iss, in dialogue with you.

sun2wheel Mobile App
wieland metalix
Kuratle & Jaecker


PWA - Progressive Web App
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) combine the simplicity of web apps with features of native mobile apps. PWA's are accessed via the browser and only need to be developed once for all platforms. The app store app process is sometimes tedious and can be bypassed with the "Add to Homescreen" function. The app can be easily accessed and installed via a link.
React Native App
If you want to develop native apps that consist of just one code base for all platforms (Android, iOS etc.), the open source framework React Native could be the best choice. The app is developed with React and thus web technologies, and can be installed on all conceivable devices via the app stores. In contrast to PWAs, web apps or hybrid apps, the very good performance of React Native Apps is another plus.
Hybrid App with Ionic Framework
If you want a mobile app that users can download from the app stores and you don't want to develop it twice for Android and iOS, hybrid apps could be the solution. Hybrid apps can be used across platforms and are therefore also the biggest challenger to native apps. One of the most successful hybrid app initiatives is the Ionic Framework, which can be used to develop web apps, PWAs and hybrid apps for the app stores based on the same code base.
Web Apps
In many use cases, the development of a native or hybrid app is not absolutely necessary. A web app that can be run on desktops and mobile devices alike often serves its purpose just as good. Web apps are developed with SPA (single page application) frameworks such as Angular, React or Vue. They can be used across platforms and therefore only have to be implemented once for all platforms (Android, iOS etc.). This saves time and money.


Our process has been tried and tested many times, and results in a tailor-made digital solution


At the beginning of an app project, the requirements must be evaluated. There are evaluation methods such as the Value Proposition Canvas or User Story Mapping.

UX Prototype

Based on the requirements, sketchy wireframes are drawn up and a (clickable) prototype is created from them, with which the first user tests can be carried out.

App Design

Now it's time to work out the details of the user interface (UI). The UX prototype provides the basis for this and the pixel-precise mobile app design is then created.


The technology (web app, native app, hybrid app, PWA, etc.) with which the app is to be implemented is selected on the basis of the requirements, but also the design.

App Programming

Once the requirements have been defined and the design created, the app can be programmed.

CMS or backend

So that the app can save and retrieve data, or so that users can log in, a backend or alternatively a headless CMS is required.

Testing and Iteration

Even if the app is continuously tested during development, it must be tested on many different devices, operating systems and browsers before it goes live.

Go-Live and App Stores

After the new mobile app has been successfully put into operation, the app must go through the acceptance processes of the Google or Apple app stores.

We accompany you with our services, from the idea to the implementation and maintenance of the solution.

Maintenance of Content in the headless CMS

Almost every app shows content to the user. The mobile app is linked to a content management system (CMS) so that an admin can easily edit and add to this content. Modern headless CMS are made precisely for this purpose and enable flexible editing of app content that is decoupled from the website (which can use the same CMS).

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