hey, @zystvan - first, thank you so much
allow me to add some questions from your answers :
So let's say you want you want to add such things as photo gallery, facebook contacts… you'd better go for native, right ?
It's also better in that users are less likely to add a webapp to their
homescreen and treat it like an app, even though they can.
I'm sorry for my naive question, but, what is exactly the benefit of an app if people don't treat it as an app through adding it to their homescreen and having that direct access ?
Shall I see web app as, some "app fonctionalities" websites, like, "software website" (like, specialized in actions more than in content), that I will use through a browser, but that will innerly be made for phone screen, so that it visually looks like an app, though it's not treated the same way than a native app by your phone, and therefore by the user ?
- Let's be more practical. Assume you want to make an Air bnb app, a Tinder, a Über, a Trello… This is typically where native apps come.
Now, if you wanna make, for instance, some "research the nice restaurant in my area", or, "visit the world's museums collections", that have more like a website behavior, but can become more convenient if treated as apps, you will save time and work for a fine result making web app.
Am I understanding right ?
Thank you !