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Battle Royale: Mobile Web Versus Mobile Apps

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When agency folks gather together to talk about mobile gov, the number one question asked is, “Should we do a mobile app or a mobile web site?”

To help people with that question, we became fight promoters and sponsored


Mobile Web Vs. Mobile Apps

Two champions debated this hot topic:

  • Neil Bonner, from the Transportation Security Administration, is a proponent of mobile websites.
  • Mike Pulsifer, Department of Labor, is a firm believer in the value of mobile apps.

View the debate and come away with the RIGHT answer for your agency.

  • Learn the pros and cons of mobile apps and mobile websites
  • Identify which is better to meet your needs
  • Review best practices for each


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