Mobile applications enable us complete many of our everyday tasks on the go. With just one application download, we can download and play games, read the news, converse on video calls, watch music videos on our mobile phones. However, not all of these applications are available for each of the devices that run on different mobile platforms. For instance, people using Windows mobile phones may not have an application that Android smartphone users do or vice-versa. This creates gaps between mobile users in the modern digital era. PhoneGap emerges to bridge the gaps between the users of different platforms by powering the programmers to create a single application that runs on all these mobile platforms.
PhoneGap requires one-time coding by the programmer and the final app will be compatible with a range of smartphones that are based on Android, Windows, iOS etc. The PhoneGap developer need not work with a specific company; they can separately code and serve the market. They need to keep in touch with the right resources to get the opportunities to put their skills to practice.
Make sure you discuss the ‘cross-platform’ thing while interacting with the PhoneGap app development company to ensure its availability to a larger audience with no platform gaps.