Adobe is tesing Flash for Android
Adobe has officially announced the beginning of testing of its multimedia technology in the Flash version for the rapidly increasingly popular mobile platform Google Android. She was previously available only in some devices, such as, HTC Desire.
The vast majority of Internet sites use it to display Flash video and other multimedia content. In addition, Flash is a convenient platform for application development. The main trouble for it today is to dislike Apple chief Steve Jobs, for which the technology is not supported by Adobe nor the iPhone, nor the iPad – and this is a significant part of the market.
A couple of years ago make sense to implement support for Flash in the smartphone was not – the majority of power devices for normal mapping would not be enough. But today the situation is quite different, smartphones and Internet tablets with gigahertz processors and graphics accelerators, the individual coping with Flash-graphics with a bang.
The fact that the development of Flash for Android entered the stage of debugging, and is about to be declared a set of all comers in a series of beta testers, said the chief ideologist of the platform from Adobe Li Braymelou. According to him, users Android-smartphone after the implementation of them is waiting for Flash support “a lot of exciting, the possibility of devices markedly improved.
Register to participate in a public beta Flash-player for Android can be on the official website of the company.
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