Native apps stand out for their functionality and speed, which makes them one of the most convenient options. If an app is created in a language local to the operating system of a specific platform or device, it is considered native. For iOS, this means Swift or Objective-C, while for Android, it means Java or Kotlin. It also has access to platform-specific hardware and software features such as GPS, camera, microphone, and others. The difficulty in switching between software platforms is a major disadvantage; for example, an Android app cannot run on an iPhone and vice versa. For native apps to operate on many platforms, separate versions should be designed for each operating system. This doubling of effort inevitably raises development expenses. Choosing this option may increase costs, but we at Gitmax believe it yields the most user-friendly, customizable, and inventive solutions.