Verizon Gives Applications Some Flash
Oct 25, 2006, 12:08 PM by (staff)
Verizon today began offering downloads of Flash Lite applications in addition to those made with BREW. Verizon is launching these new downloads with about 35 applications, most of which are games. Because developers can easily port their web games made in Flash to the the phones, this could help Verizon to quickly expand their Get It Now service with many popular games and new applications. The Flash Lite downloads will be available on the VX9800 (V), RAZR V3c, Samsung A950 and one more phones. These phones will need an over the air update in order to play Flash Lite content. New LG models such as the VX8300 and Chocolate which already use Flash Lite for their menus are not listed as compatible.
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I'm I missing something here
New UI themes?????