Just two days ago, Adobe announced that they’d be abandoning Flash Play for mobile devices, like Android tablets and phones, and instead focusing on HTML5 and Adobe Air. In the announcement for the move, it was revealed that one more major update was coming. Beyond that, there will be some security fixes every now ... Read More »
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Are you tired of Adobe Flash Player slowing down and crashing your Android browser? This morning Danny Winokur of Adobe made a blog post to announce the future of Flash Player for mobile. “We will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations following the upcoming ... Read More »
Adobe just announced the release of Flash Player 10.1 to their mobile platform partners, but which Android phones will be able to run it? In order to install Flash 10.1 from the Android Market your phone must be running Android 2.2 and have at least an ARM Cortex-A8 processor (sorry first-gen phones).
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Google is set to unveil Android 2.2 this week at Google I/O and Flash 10.1 will be one of the major features that gets highlighted. Adobe is already gearing up for the launch by highlighting a couple dozen sites that are optimized for the mobile platform. The guys at TechCrunch were ... Read More »
Flash Player 10.1 will be available in the Android Market or via an OTA update of the OS.
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We first saw Flash demoed on the G1 two years ago, but the software is not publicly available yet. If you believe all the rumblings, Flash 10.1 for Android has been delayed several times due to performance issues.
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Adobe Air extends the capabilities of Flash Player 10.1 by delivering applications outside the browser.