The rapid deployment of a prototype of this app was great, it allowed me to get something on my device which could be integral for startups that are looking for an early-stage investor or partners. With anything that is easy though, there are drawbacks.
While this app could be “production ready” because it runs in a webview. While this might not really be an issue and just merely my perception, the webview does not appear to be as fast as a native app, and when the page has a lot to load as far as scripts, it takes time – time that I believe would be cut down significantly if it were converted to native code (of course, this can be reduced with script optimization and other tricks). Additionally, when you launch – and as far as I can tell – the app still shows the webview launch – not a bad thing by any means, but I am a perfectionist, and I don’t like it. Minus these two concerns though, I do have an app that is now sitting in the Android market – and hopefully in iTunes in the near future.