Native mobile apps are those that are written in a language that is supported natively by the device OS vendor. The app code has full access to the platform APIs, while the operating system provides the UI component library. The build process turns this code into an executable app that uses the OS's native bytecode.
Apps that are built in one best language for mobile app development and run on multiple platforms are known as cross-platform mobile apps. It's possible that the language in which you write your cross-platform mobile app isn't the same as the underlying device OS's native language. This means that the code could be confined, bridged, or cross-compiled to bytecode that can be directly executed on the OS with the help of some support libraries.
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