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Name Teller :

Name teller is a magical app that tells any name or word in your mind. First complete step 1 and then step 2. If you have a word FAN in your mind so click row button where F exists then click A and then N and like wise complete step 2 and then click on tell button.

Step 1

A B C D E
E F G H I
J K L M N
O P Q R S
T U V W X
Y Z

Step 2

A F K P U Z
B G L Q V
C H M R W
D I N S X
E J O T Y





Color Puzzle Game:

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Types of Apps: Native, Hybrid, Web

1. Native Mobile Apps :

Native apps are designed to be “native” to one platform, whether it's Google's Android, Apple iOS, or Windows Phone. Specifically developed for the platform, it can operate more quickly and intuitively. native apps can quickly access multiple services on a device, such as the microphone, accelerometer or push notifications. Examples of native applications range from navigation programs, such as Accurate Speedometer, Sim - Phone Details to social apps, such as Facebook, Twitter, or games like color puzzle game, fingerprint biometric data etc.

2. Hybrid Apps :

These apps can be installed on devices just like native apps, but they run through web browsers. All hybrid apps are developed through the HTML5 programming language. Though hybrid apps are not as fast or reliable as native apps, they have a greater capacity for streamlining the development process. Because you don’t have to build and maintain apps for separate platforms, your business can save on time and resources. It’s ideal for apps that primarily deliver content.PhoneGap is probably the most well known among hybrid app platforms and probably the easiest to begin with for a web developer. Cordova lets you create cross-browser mobile applications with Javascript, HTML, and CSS. These apps run in a WebView and are then wrapped in native code.

2. Web Apps :

Responsive websites switch to a different design when they are accessed from a mobile device. Adaptive web applications, on the other hand, scale to fit the different screen sizes of mobile devices. For these apps, the design doesn’t change. Web apps are built using the most popular programming languages, but they can’t use hardware on mobile devices or be sold in any app stores.