Adobe Extends Flash (Nearly) Everywhere

October 5th, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: Adobe Flash & Air | 1 Comment »

Adobe At their developer conference today, Adobe will be announcing that it's Flash Player will be inserted in a range of mobile browsers. It outlined plans for all devices except iPhone OS (what's new on that?).

Later this year, it will launch Flash on Windows Mobile and WebOS. Public beta versions will be launching on Android and Symbian soon. The company also singed BlackBerry up, but is not able to mention any date for that launch.

All these OS' will get Flash Player 10.1 which will mean they can handle more intensive experiences and the curtain for Flash Lite will be falling within the next two years. It also means that vendors might have to increase processing speed yet again.

    One Response to “Adobe Extends Flash (Nearly) Everywhere”

    1. Michaellire says:

      I have already waited 2 years since adobe announced they will provide Flash Player for iphone. Again, they bring me a disappoint. The Jobs can’t provide advanced language except Object C which is not good. May be i have to change to develop Android code.

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