Pros and Cons of Hybrid Apps
Excellent for small scale projects that need to built quickly and on a budget.
No separate cost for developing for multiple platforms.
Can be developed quicker than a Native App.
Will look and work virtually the same on all platforms.
Amazon, Uber, Twitter, Gmail and Instagram have all been (or still are) hybrid apps.
Perfect for apps that need to display information from databases (latest results, information records, news articles, etc.)
Depending on the content Hybrid App could run marginally slower than a Native App.
A hybrid approach shouldn't be used for computationally intensive apps
Can only use the basic device integration like contacts, gps positioning, accelerometer, etc.
No good if you want things to move on the screen (e.g. Games, etc.)