What is the difference between hybrid and native app measurement?¶
Before tagging an app with INFOnline Measurement, you should consider whether you have a native or hybrid app. The term hybrid and native app refers to the type of content delivery within an app.
What is a native app?¶
With a native app, the content is provided exclusively for the app. It is not loaded via a website.
What is a hybrid app?¶
In a hybrid app, the content is displayed completely or partially from a website (e.g. mobile website) within the app.
Does the INFOnline Library always have to be integrated for data collection?¶
Yes, regardless of whether it is a hybrid or native measurement, it is mandatory to integrate the INFOnline Library.
For which devices is the app measurement available?¶
Android and iOS
Both methods in overview¶
|method||Content origin||Integration of INFOnline Library necessary?||site ID necessary?|
|nativ||App-specific, content generated only for the app||yes||App only|
|hybrid||App-specific and/or content content through a website, e.g. mobile website||yes||App and MEW|
Do you need more information about our INFOnline Measurement? Are you unsure which methodology applies to your app? Please contact our Customer Service Team. By email at support@INFOnline.de or by phone at 0228/41 0 29 77 (Monday to Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)