We definitely agree with you!
Well, maybe not the worst (there are bigger mistakes that you can do during app dev process, read about them here:https://www.ready4s.com/blog/what-are-the-worst-app-development-tips-you-can-get/), but that decision can really endanger your app success at the very beginning.
User Experience is really important, and sometimes, iPhone users just won't understand your hybrid app, and the same goes the other way around.
Yes, we agree with you. User experience is really very important and hybrid app are simply less refined and might cause performance problems in high-performing apps and games. And users who encounter lags are bound to get frustrated and abandon your app.
Read here : https://goo.gl/rAoWjm
We had a client who in the past was making one, the same app simultaneously in those two models: a hybrid and native ones.
He said clearly that if he good, he would decide for a native only: User Experience is much better as the Android and iOS users habits are so different, there is no way to find perfect solutions that will satisfy them both the same way.
Plus it totally depends upon the type of we are working upon.
Developers should keep the specifications and requirements at glance before taking a decision.
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