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Smart Time Apps add their comments to the HTML5 debate

Smart Time Apps just reported that Los Angeles-based Lewis Brisbois, with over 1000 timekeepers in 32 offices, just went live with the company’s Smart Time Mobile time recording app. CEO & founder Todd Gerstein added “We were really happy to see Tikit announce their HTML5 strategy for mobile. What were they thinking? We made that mistake in 2013 along with a lot of other developers in Silicon Valley. We tried our best to make our HTML5 app native like but it was awkward and slow. It worked but nobody liked it. Everybody wants a native app because you get a better UX and performance. It is that simple.”

Smart Time Apps just reported that Los Angeles-based Lewis Brisbois, with over 1000 timekeepers in 32 offices, just went live with the company’s Smart Time Mobile time recording app.

CEO & founder Todd Gerstein added “We were really happy to see Tikit announce their HTML5 strategy for mobile. What were they thinking? We made that mistake in 2013 along with a lot of other developers in Silicon Valley. We tried our best to make our HTML5 app native like but it was awkward and slow. It worked but nobody liked it. Everybody wants a native app because you get a better UX and performance. It is that simple.”

One reply on “Smart Time Apps add their comments to the HTML5 debate”

Mobile users are used to a fast, compelling and energising experience on the applications they absolutely must rely on.

Providing an experience that feels at home in the chosen platform (iOS, Android) while at the same time making it reliable, performant and delightful is something that HTML5 just does not do today.

Workshare Mobile was built completely using native technology and only because of that is able to provide the level of experience our customers have grown to love.

It’s a decision we did not took lightly, but it’s one we absolutely do not regret. Our customers are still saying thanks for it.

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