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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Adobe launches Flash 10.1 for Mobile

Adobe launched Flash Player 10.1 for mobile phone makers. With the move, Adobe is trying to position Flash as a platform that works across the desktop as well as mobile devices.


Flash is expected to start out on Motorola’s Droid, multiple HTC devices as well as the Dell Streak. Later, Adobe plans to roll out Flash on the BlackBerry, webOS, Windows Phone 7 Series, LiMo, MeeGo and Symbian platforms “in coming months.”


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So what’s the plan?

  • Initially, Flash 10.1 will be available on Android 2.2.
  • It will be available as a download in Android market, but as system software.
  • Adobe is hoping Flash 10.1 will be on 9 to 10 percent of smartphones this year.
  • By 2011, Flash 10.1 should be on a third of smartphones.
  • By 2012, Adobe plans to have Flash 10.1 on more than half of all smartphones.
  • Flash Lite will continue on other mass market phones.


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