We have a good news for all the Android smartphones and tablet users. Adobe has recently announced that, the Adobe Flash 10.2 will be available for Android (2.2) FroYo and Android (2.3) Gingerbread devices from March 18th. The Adobe Flash 10.2 is initially a beta release for Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets which requires Google’s 3.0.1 system update.
According to the Adobe blog post, “Flash Player 10.2 leverages the Stage Video rendering pipeline to enable users of Android 3.0 tablets, like the Motorola XOOM, to enjoy smooth playback of high-definition Flash video content on the web. Users will experience reduced CPU usage and higher frame rates for existing H.264 video content. Deeper integration of Flash Player and the enhanced Android 3.0 browser delivers faster and better rendering of rich, interactive web content resulting in a browsing experience similar to the desktop.”
We recently posted that, Motorola will roll out the Android 3.0.1 update from tonight, which will bring Adobe Flash 10.2 support to the XOOM tablet. The Adobe Flash 10.2 will be available for download at the Android Market from March 18. It will be available only for smartphones with Android 2.2 or later and Honeycomb tablets with Android 3.0.1 update. To check out the complete list of upcoming Flash-enabled devices which show off the latest performance improvements, head over to this page.
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