mobile-illustrationAppcelerator, a company based in Mountain View, CA has just released a beta for both Android and iPhone developers.   The main selling point of Accelerator Titanium is that it allows developers that “lack Objective-C or Java knowledge” to build native apps through their pre-existing knowledge of common web development languages such as JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.  Applications written in these web languages through Accelerator Titanium make use of the same native API’s that are available to developers who write in either the iPhone or Android platform code.

This developer platform seems reminiscent of Palm’s promise to allow native apps for WebOS to be built in similar web based languages, in an effort to broaden the development spectrum.

Developers can find more information on Accelerator Titanium here.