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Developing a secure banking mobile application.

In today ’s running schedule, everyone uses online banking to avoid visiting branch and instead choose online apps to handle their financial accounts. Due to it’s increased use these days, the security of mobile apps is a major concern and gives a great challenge to developers. 

Mobile application development for banking solutions comes with a  crucial challenge of “security”. People nowadays are heading towards online banking due to-

  1. All time availability.
  2. One destination for all problems.
  3. Quick and effortless transactions.
  4. Friendly to the busy schedule.

                                      Security: A major concern.

Before developing a banking application, one should keep in mind that the user will believe on this app with extremely confidential & crucial information that needs to be protected at any cost. The focus should be on security and to deliver the best features in the safest way.

The developer should incorporate app with the best security options which are diffi

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What is the difference between a mobile applications a web application?

There is someplace where native mobile applications and web applications are meant to be the same but they twoare very different.

They are developed and deployed differently, also different for the user. So, there is no need to get confused between them.

Mobile apps vs. web apps

Native mobile applications are meant to be a specific platform, such as Android and iOS. They are downloaded via play store and app store and have access to device resources, such as GPS, camera, microphone. A mobile application can be live and run on the mobile phones by itself. Snapchat, Instagram, Tiktok, Zomato, facebook, and messenger are the example of mobile applications.

On the other hand, web applications are accessed via the internet browser and also adapt all type of devices which you’re viewing on it. They are not native to a particular device and don’t require to be downloaded or installed.  With their responsive nature, they look perfect and adjust according to their giving size and perform a

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