Let’s see what other benefits React Native will bring you.
1) You’re going to save money
This can save you a lot of development time as having an app that is compatible with both Android and iOS usually requires you to have two different code bases, which takes twice the time. And, especially in the software development area, saving time means saving money on cost of development.
2) You won’t fight too long to find a developer
3) There’s a huge community behind
4) Tech giants are already using it
Many apps that you probably use regularly are already using React Native. For example, the Airbnb, Instagram, Uber Eats apps are partly written with React Native. Bloomberg developers have even made the choice to completely redesign their app with React Native:
We found that React Native was the best tool available in the market today to create native apps simultaneously for both iOS and Android platforms
The fact that industry giants have confidence in using this technology is a pretty good sign that it is ready for production and that it should subsist in the future.
I would highly recommend you to use React Native for your next mobile app project, especially if you’re a startup or a company that needs to launch its next product quickly. The main exception to this is if you want to build an app that needs a lot of computing power (such as a game or a simulation program), or an app that uses really advanced functions of the Android or iOS platforms.