"It's always a cop-out when comparative blogs say "it depends on your situation" so rest assured, I'm not going to do that to you. That answer works for nearly any comparison. PhoneGap is quick, it's easy, and it's initially attractive... and it's also the clear loser in my opinion. Yes, it's great for rapid cross-platform development but if you're doing much outside of porting a simple webapp, well, I'm going to paraphrase the great Ron Swanson and say don't half-ass many things, just whole-ass one thing. If you want to write iOS apps, write specifically for iOS. PhoneGap feels like half-assing it. It's the same feeling we get from Java desktop applications: write once, feel wrong everywhere."
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