I'll try to answer you and not spam you for your business, lol. I remember phoneGap, tried it and didn't like it for... reasons I guess? For me I never understood why , if a web page was done properly it shouldn't "just work" on devices. I guess the appeal is to have it in the app store, icon on phone screen, etc. BUT, now we can leverage Progressive Web Apps, which when set up properly can bypass any bonus from using a tool like phone gap and gives a web page "native app" features. I found this to be a better solution as now, if set up properly, the PWA manifest and cache can do all the lifting and all I have to worry about is ONE site. No "Oh I made an update, let me re compile for PhoneGap and...." whatever steps were next ( I forget to be honest).