It's always worth learning whatever you decide learning. If you're good with JS and you don't want to invest time in learning Swift / Kotlin, React Native is your best bet. I'll give you my example. I am a self taught developer and I am working as front-end lead for a Delhi based startup. We have 3 androids apps hosted on Google Play Store, all in React Native. The journey of developing these haven't been a piece of cake, but at the same time I always knew that the time that was taken while debugging native code will be compensated by working swiftly on JS side. We had time and money constraints and React Native helped us a lot to achieve what we wanted.
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