There are more than 350,000 applications in the Apple App Store and you’re starting to get that shivering sensation that you might be the last person to join the gathering. Regardless of the possibility that half of the applications should have never made it out to the store. It is unquestionably a playing field that needs to be investigated and understood. In this blog entry, I will clarify the differences between the App Store Apps and the iPhone/iPad optimized websites that are also called WebApps.

The iTunes Store App

The App is a bit of software that is composed on the iOS stage, has to be based on a Mac, experience the iTunes approval process, and will then at last wind up being sold or distributed for nothing in the iTunes Store. There are several advantages and disadvantages associated with the App.

Advantages of iTunes Store App

Disadvantages of iTunes Store App

The WebApp – Website Optimized for Mobile Devices

A website optimized for mobile devices is usually a “m” subdomain of a consistent website that renders the web pages in a certain manner that is committed to mobile devices. You can see some of the more mainstream WebApps on Apple’s website. The functionality is somewhat limited to web technologies yet with the spread of HTML5 this is turning out to be less and less of an issue.

Advantages of WebApp

Disadvantages of WebApp


Both the iTunes Store App and WebApp have benefits and drawbacks. Businesses should develop enterprise apps based on their requirements.