1. React Native
Facebook introduced React Native in 2015. It is publicly accessible, cross-platform app development framework. It is a low code Framework that supports both the IOS and the Android. React Native is preferred because it enables quicker development and implementation. Few companies that use react native are Airbnb, Instagram, Tesla, Walmart, etc.
Google created Flutter in 2017. Flutter is an open-source framework. It is used for making beautiful, natively accumulated, multi-platform applications from a single codebase. Alibaba, BMW, CrowdSource and Dream11 are some of the companies that use flutter. Flutter uses the Dart programming language for creating both iOS and Android apps.
5. Apache Cordova
The angular platform is for creating mobile and desktop web applications. It is an open-source application. Angular was built by Miško Hevery, a Senior Computer Scientist at Google, in 2010. Angular is Typescript-based. Microsoft, Gmail, Forbes, UpWork, PayPal, Grasshopper, Samsung, Delta, and Overleaf are some of the well-known companies using Angular.
Swiftic has been in the app-making business since 2014. It was formerly known by the name Como. Apps created with swiftic are fully compatible with iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. It is simple to use and has excellent success rates with small businesses. Freelancers, Mid Size Businesses, Non-Profit, Public Administrations, and Small Businesses are significant users of Swiftic.
Understanding what you want from your app and selecting the right kind of framework accordingly can produce profitable results. Share your experiences of using the Frameworks in the comment section, and if you have not yet used any of the Frameworks, let us know which Framework you want to start with.