Hybrid Mobile Application
Hybrid, by definition is anything derived from heterogeneous sources, or composed of elements of different or incongruous kinds. A hybrid app is one that is written with the same technology used for websites and mobile web implementations, and that is hosted or runs inside a native container on a mobile device. It is the marriage of web technology and native execution.
Hybrid apps are a great option for you if you:
Hybrid apps are built with web technologies which means there are millions of web developers who already have the base skill set to build mobile apps.
Here is a graph that highlights the differences in native, hybrid and mobile web applications.
Native mobile applications or native apps are those that are developed for the devices that operate on a specific operating system.
Cross-platform native mobile applications developed using multiple programming languages, eventually they are compiled into a native application
Progressive web apps or PWAs are native apps that run within a browser. PWAs use a set of browser capabilities like offline working.