Verizon to sell Flash Lite

October 25th, 2006 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: Adobe Flash & Air | 3 Comments »

This morning we found a press release from Verizon Wireless about their on deck support for Flash Lite. Verizon will kick of it’s Flash Lite service for the LG VX9800, Motorola RAZR V3C, V3M and Samsung A950. Other phones are expected to be supported soon.

“Verizon Wireless’ commitment to improving the mobile experiences of our customers while providing value to our developer and handset partners is an ongoing priority. By combining Flash Lite with the BREW solution which enables our Get It Now service, developers have a new way to easily design and market rich, interactive content to our customers

    3 Responses to “Verizon to sell Flash Lite”

    1. Great news! and I’m personally glad I’m in on flash lite now, as I think the tide will turn on the now content flooded j2me market eventually in favour of flash lite perhaps. Who knows of course, but better to be in on both than out I say – that would be my advice anyway to anybody looking at this.

    2. Evan says:

      This is very good news for flash lite developers. Not only do we now have a reliable delivery system, we also have a entity like verizon supporting us! Oh the tide is turning, de seguro!
      Keep on a Keepin on!

    3. Jeff K says:

      Personally, I enjoyed working on the Flash Lite platform. Support FL on VZW and buy Jungle Jim and Extreme Hangman FL !!!

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