Applications are designed to perform differently and make use of the underlying operating system in varied ways. The efficiency of an application gets to be determined by how well it makes use of the available processing resources and whether or not it is able to control its own operations so as not to act too greedily on the computing resources and eat up compute space for the other applications. Good applications should be able to run alongside the rest of the applications on a mobile device and this is the reason most devices have been designed with the kind of processors that can run several apps at the same time.
An efficient application will also take up less of the memory on the device. This means saving fields generated in the process of running the application will be much more organized and take up less space than typical media files that the user stores on their device. The files that are generated by an efficient application should be small enough to be uploaded to servers for the purpose of keeping and maintaining backups. The application that is efficient should also not affect the performance of the other applications that are on the device. An efficient application will also be very secure in how it runs its code and this means that all its files and data will not be accessible to the rest of the operating system. By keeping the performance of an application at efficient levels, the rest of the operating system gets to handle the other applications with ease.
In terms of security, the code of the application should not affect how the rest of the operating system operates and it should also not be eating into the rest of the applications. An infected application will usually exhibit these symptoms and behaviors when it has been installed on a device and this has a significant impact on the integrity of data for the rest of the application and how well they get to run. This is quite useful for modern day applications that are expected to meet the demands of the users and still be efficient enough to handle everything that gets fed into it. For instance, applications that interact with web applications should be capable of running the web service separately in the background but still maintain the communication at a level that does not disrupt the normal services of the device or slow down the network connection.
In conclusion, efficient applications are totally different from inefficient applications even while both might still look very beautiful and interactive. Inefficient applications are said to eat into the device’s resources and the operating system is never stable when such applications are being run. Where you get your applications from determines whether you are getting the best, most efficient apps or whether you are getting less than standard applications that will not serve your needs well and will even cause you problems by being adamant when getting uninstalled thus developing more problems.