Mobile applications are generally divided into three types:
-Native applications that target a particular operating system such as Android, iOS, Windows, etc .. They usually require installation and can be found in the app stores of a particular manufacturer. They have advantages such as: High performance and speed, Good user experience, Access and interaction with many device features
-Mobile web-based applications are responsive websites that adapt to the user's device and this allows the application to be opened via a web browser. Web mobile applications are widely available to the masses. Google uses Progressive Web Applications that behave the same as native applications but open through a web browser.
-Hybrid applications are a mixture of native and web-based applications. Hybrid applications can be used on various platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows, etc.