Titanium actually compiles to native Java byte code on Android. AFAIK on iOS it bundles a JS runtime and executes that in a WebView.
If it's just a simple map view type app with geolocation, you can stick with Cordova/Phonegap. It works, it has the largest community.
If you're doing anything complicated with the UI, I highly suggest going native. WebView/JS will only bring you this far. Don't be afraid of Java and Obj-C. They're not as bad as what people paint them to be.. :)
I might buy a little every now and then... I've seen that you do this every week...
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