Adobe has pulled its flash player app from Google Play. It has conceded that HTML5 is currently the best solution. Details here:
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Shame. That was the only thing which nearly tempted me to buy into Android and not iOS.
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Although if your phone does have flash it will see the upgrades. It will only be hidden from new/JB phones or something or other. Basically alot of phones will still have working flash.
Passive mini ITX low power core i3 ->
Audiolab M-DAC ->
Roksan Caspian M2 Power Amplifier ->
Atom HTPC ->
Audiolab 8200CD ->
Roksan Caspian ->
Dali Mentor 2
Cyrus CD 6SE ->
Cyrus 8vs2 ->
Onkyo 435 mini system ->
Acoustic Energy Aego T Satellite
Looks like the apple embargo on flash is killing it off. I must admit, much as I like flash, I've found it a major pain at times as an end-user, another code base to have installed on a device, with constant updates and large files to download on slow connections that rendered pages unusable until completed.
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No, I think Adobe realised the limitations of Flash on a mobile browser. Apple was only vociferous in its dislike, but Adobe had a strong following in the Android community which was enough for it to remain successful.
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