It’s no more a secret that the usage of mobile devices has exceeded over the desktop computers usage. In fact, the use of mobile devices has increased to a point that designers and developers can’t afford to ignore it. But, the rise in mobile usage for accessing the web has also led the webmasters to throw up their hands in annoyance. After all, it’s pretty difficult to build something for multiple devices. Besides, many people remain confused as to whether they require only a mobile website or mobile application as well?
The rise in mobile device usage is making it difficult for developers to decide whether a business needs both a website and mobile app. Many developers seem to have settled on focusing on developing for a single mobile platform – be it Android, iPhone or any other platform. In essence, a lot of developers favor creating native apps (written for a particular platform). A few others favor developing web apps, as they allow them to write once and can be deployed everywhere. Through this post, I’ll discuss about Developing Android Apps Using HTML5.