Samsung Galaxy S users are soon going to get the official Adobe Flash 10.1 for their devices, which Google has promised to release very soon. But not many are aware of, that their Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 already has Flash Lite.
Adobe yesterday released the final version of Flash Player 10.1 for Android. Flash Player 10.1 has been in beta since its announcement at the Google I/O in May, but they finally released Flash Player 10.1 yesterday.
Flash Player 10.1 doesn’t show any major improvement in performance since the its beta 3 release, but it sure is a lot more slicker than before.
Flash on iPhone and iPod Touch ported! yes, you read it correct! The guy behind the popular Spirit jailbreak for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad has manage to port Flash on iPhone!
You can watch the video after the break. That’s the Flash demo on iPhone!
Skyfire 2.0 for Android was launched yesterday. It is the first public beta after the limited private beta version for early testers.
The browser is very stable, faster than Fennec for Android and yes, it could play Flash videos (YouTube only so far) too that we all have been waiting for! Other Flash elements don’t work though, but let’s say, it’s just the beginning!
Skyfire 2.0 for Android phones is now available in the Android Market for public download! Skyfire 1.0 for Android remained in beta for testing purposes and is now finally available as Skyfire 2.0.
Mozilla just came out with the first pre-alpha release of Fennec for Android yesterday, and as Skyfire didn’t wanted to stay behind, they are in with the launch of their browser for Android – that also supports FLASH videos!
Adobe has been demonstrated Flash several times on Android devices. The first time was two years ago on the G1, but everytime the release of Flash 10.1 has been delayed due to some or the other performance issues.
Most of these issues are because of the first generation of Android devices, i.e G1, myTouch 3G etc. and for that, Adobe has decided to drop out Flash support for these devices.