Adobe AIR for Android was first unveiled back in May, when Adobe started taking in registrations for beta testing of their cross platform communication tool, AIR for Android.
No, Adobe has not released it officially, but thanks to Droid-Life, we now have a working version of AIR for Android 2.1 and Android 2.2 devices.
Almost all of us use Adobe AIR apps, TweetDeck and DestroyTwitter being the popular apps among Twitter users. It has finally released the first beta version of Adobe AIR 2 which is now available for public download.
Adobe AIR 2 provides end users with exceptional application experiences while giving developers the easiest and most powerful way to develop desktop applications across multiple platforms (Mac, Windows, and Linux).