Adobe Flash is Available for Nexus One to DownloadBy Dipankar Das, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
As per recent Android-Flash event held in San Francisco, both of the companies announced that if you go for Google Nexus One with Android 2.2, you will get final version of Adobe Flash Player 10.1. With Flash player, nexus one users will be able to access variety of rich media applications like on-line videos, multiple games and more directly from the browser. If you are a Nexus One user, you can directly download Adobe Flash through your smart phone. If the Beta version is already installed in your machine, you will be eligible for quick update. The size of the software is only 5 mb.
This is just the first step in Adobe’s long awaited mobile Flash strategy, as the company is trying to deliver all the content of the web to as many smartphones as possible including Android, BlackBerry, Palm, and Windows Phone. Of course, Apple is an exception in terms of its iOS products like the iPhone and iPad. Apple CEO Steve Jobs has said Flash is not compatible for his company’s products and he believes that the technology is outdated compared to HTML5.
Tags: Android, Blackberry, Flash, HTML5, iPhone, nexus