Native applications are mainly developed for a definite platform and installed on a device. Web applications are developed for multiple platforms and made available over the internet. A hybrid application is one that combines elements of both native and web applications.

Unlike web applications, native applications are designed specifically for the platform they are launched on, which means native applications can take advantage of the hardware on the device— such as camera or GPS. Because hybrid applications are a combination of the two, hybrid apps can also utilize device hardware.


 INNOVA Computers BD is a growing hybrid application development company that offers futuristic hybrid mobile application that works in all major platforms. It’s both time and cost saving.

Nowadays the hybrid application has taken the application development to the next level.  Hybrid applications work similar to a web application but are downloaded to the device. Like web applications, hybrid applications are primarily written in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. The devices browser engine renders HTML and JavaScript, and abstraction layers—or native APIs—can be used to access hardware of specific device.

Hybrid applications can also operate offline. A hybrid application will share similar navigation elements as a web application. If an application needs support from a database, then it can be made to work offline.

We develop flexible hybrid applications that work well in all the mobile operating system. These applications are created with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript.

As a hybrid application development company, we have moved forward to combine the potential of HTML5 application development with the advanced mobile application development frameworks. We build mobile applications that look like native ones on all the major platforms, such as Android, iOS, Windows, and others.


  • Integration with a device’s file system.
  • Integration with web-based services.
  • Operation on different platforms.
  • Time Saving
  • Cost-effective
  • Easier to launch patches and updates.
  • Works online and offline
  • Wider Reach-In Quick Time
  • Cross Mobile OS Compatible
  • Scalable and Secure
  • Centralized Code
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Quick Approval Process
  • Use of Open Source Technology