Hybrid applications have the properties of native and web applications. They are installed on the device (smartphone or tablet) of the user by downloading through the application store. The significant difference is that hybrid applications must be hosted within the native application and work through WebView.
Know more about difference between native app and hybrid app.
Native app is a mobile application that is created for a specific platform and is directly installed on a user's device. The user also installs the application through the Apple App Store for iOS or the Play Store for Google.
Each approach has advantages and disadvantages, and it is often difficult to make the right choice. For example, the initial investment may be higher for the native application, but the company will save time and money in the long run. This can be achieved through excellent user experience and excellent application performance.
Hybrid applications attract high speed of implementation, one source code, cross-platform technologies, lower budget costs. But in the future, the company may spend more time fixing and configuring the application due to user complaints.