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Java- Most Android applications are built using Java. After all, it is still the most widely used language on the planet. The classic way of writing native Android apps is to use Java and the Android SDK.
Kotlin- Since Google endorsed Kotlin as an official language for building Android apps last year, it has been steadily replacing Java as the go-to language for Android app development.
Objective-C- is a superset of the C programming language, and is utilized by a high number of mobile developers building apps for OS X and iOS. It is a very mature and tested mobile technology that survived many generations of developers since its first release in the early 1980s.
Swift- Apple released Swift in 2014 to provide new developers with an alternative that is easier to learn and to understand. The code length is significantly reduced, which makes development with it much faster compared to its older counterpart. Apps developed in Swift are also considered to be safer and less prone to bugs and crashes than the ones developed in Objective-C.