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website application programming

I have a website in the field of environment I need to create applications installed on ios and android operating system to create a brand, I need people to counseling or referral for it

This is my webisite: [****] Doan Gia Phat

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There are now many people that write apps.

The only issue I run into is that folk think it's cheap to have done for a quality app.

But I want to warn you off here. Some folk want an app that copies what you see on your web page and that does not pay off. My advice is to focus on your web site and make it responsive and good looking on the phones.

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There are now many people that write apps.

I understand, but my company sector is to bring the community of environmental information, such as wastewater treatment, waste gas treatment with current technology I want to give users the most useful information

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Even more so.

The cost of getting what you could put into your app is going to really surprise you.

And here's a thing. It's a real issue today. Customers will not install your app. Why? The industry burned folk on apps with adware and worse so you really need to have an app that they want. If this is to copy what you have on the web site, you are in my opinion burning your cash for little return.

My advice is to make your web site responsive.

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There are now many people that write apps.

Thank you soo much !

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Apps are useful but so are websites

Apps are definitely being used more these days and their use will surely increase in the days to come.But web applications will have their place too.
In your case I think it is better to make the web application responsive first and then to create separate apps for each OS.The reason is that people are more likely to visit your website and connect with it than the app.Since your main objective is spreading awareness creating single responsive application which works across all the devices and OS would definitely be better.

There is always the option to create separate versions of the app and let the people know about it by using your website.

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Website is also an app on the web browser environment

To develop and maintain an iOS or Android app is a lot of work. I think you can make a good website with many interactive features with Javascript. It can be as useful as a mobile-native app.

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