Monday, March 21, 2011

Adobe Releases New Flash Player 10.2 for Android

Adobe has released new Flash Player 10.2 for the Google Android mobile operating system based smartphones.

Adobe promises higher end performance and experiences on Android tablets with the Flash component, allowing users to have a more similar experience to what they would have on a regular PC. The new version would be better suited to take advantage of the current generation of multi-core, GPU-enabled processors to deliver Flash videos, games and other interactive web content on the latest smartphones and tablets.

“These optimizations are expected to provide a better ‘embedded’ in-browser experience, comparable to the full screen experience with this beta, and to also provide improved playback of many 720p high definition videos, including full screen,” Adobe said in a blog post. “In the meantime, the best way to experience the performance potential of this beta and to enjoy an immersive Flash content experience is to view Flash content full screen.”

All versions of Flash, to include 10.2 for Android 2.2, 2.3 and 3.0.1 can be downloaded now in the Android Marketplace.

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