Why Kotlin Multiplatform

Just because code is functioning doesn’t mean its functioning well.


Very likely, it has baggage – technical debt that’s weighing down future development. Kotlin Multiplatform works across iOS and Android, so you code once, avoid duplicative work, and prepare for future innovation.

The briefest

We’re sold on KMP; here’s a few reasons why.


Native Interoperability

Kotlin interops natively with JVM, C++, Rust, Swift, and just about everything else.

No UI Required

All the coding is for backend logic and architecture, enabling complete flexibility for UI.


Kotlin can be included as an optional library on native platforms. It can integrate gradually into existing code, and can be added feature by feature.

Kotlin is Modern

It is actively developed and adopts many of the best modern language features. Kotlin and Swift are syntactically very similar, for example.

Code Sharing

Kotlin is engineered specifically for sharing code to reduce duplication. Most other options that promise “cross platform” don’t integrate as well. That’s risky.

Kotlin is Popular

There is a growing Kotlin community of developers worldwide.

The Briefer

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The Briefish

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