Progressive Native app development requires creating apps for specific mobile operating systems, which consumers may access through specialized app stores (such as the App Store or Google Play). You'll need to know how to code in Objective-C or Swift if you want to develop an iOS app. Developing for Android, on the other hand, involves the usage of the programming languages Java or Kotlin. Apple and Google each supply their own development tools, UI components, and SDK to app developers. Because of the multiple advantages that native mobile app development has over other types of applications such as hybrid or web-based apps, most firms will invest in it.