I'm certainly not a long term user of PowerApps. Created my first app for our continuous improvement group for collecting ideas from our manufacturing and operations associates. It's not at all complex - simply saves/edits data on a Sharepoint list.
My first challenge was my lack of knowledge and skills but eventually (with the help of many in this forum - thank you) was able to make all functions work as we designed with bi-lingual text. It looks great and works well - and then out of nowhere it doesn't. Unfortunately, the people I'm doing it for can tell my bugs apart from infrastructure issues so it just looks bad.
I went to the support link posted above and see the most recent posted issue on PowerApps was 5/2. Yesterday for no good reason, my app started acting funny - like it wasn't connect to SharePoint correctly. This hours after my most recent clean/tested release. I decided to wait it out rather than try to waste time troubleshooting and it's working fine now. I don't like trying to explain this.
I love the idea but I'm going to call this a prototyping tool with expectation that we develop quickly using PowerApps and if the solution is popular - re-develop in something more stable.
I have enough problems with my skillsets or lack of time. Don't have enough hair left to deal with infrastructure fragility.