Android 2.2 'Froyo' to Have Baked-In Flash Support
Speaking to the New York Times, Google's Andy Rubin (chief architect of Android) said that Android 2.2 will come with Flash built into the platform. The Times writes that Froyo will have "full support for Adobe’s Flash standard," which enables certain types of web-based content on handsets. Adobe has said that it will deliver Flash Player 10.1 for Android by the end of the first half of the year. It is currently setting up a beta program for testers interested in trying Flash Player 10.1.
May 30, 2017
Essential Products, the startup being run by Andy Rubin, who helped create the Android operating system, announced its first smartphone today, the PH-1. The PH-1 is a high-end handset crafted from a titanium shell that Rubin claims is more robust than aluminum and more resistant to damage when dropped.
Jul 21, 2017
Andy Rubin today provided an update concerning the expected arrival of his new company's Essential PH-1 smartphone. "We’ve been hard at work getting everything ready and the good news is that we’re now going through certification and testing with multiple U.S.
May 31, 2017
The Essential Products PH-1 smartphone will be shipped to those who reserve it online in about 30 days, according to Andy Rubin, Essential Products' CEO. Speaking at the Code Conference, Rubin said the brand new phone will reach consumers as soon as the end of June, though he didn't commit to a specific date.
Jun 12, 2017
Essential Products has found a U.S. carrier to distribute its Essential PH-1 handset, and that carrier is Sprint.
Mar 6, 2017
Adobe today updated its Lightroom Mobile application and added the ability for Android and iOS devices to shoot in RAW HDR mode. Adobe says the new HDR mode automatically scans each scene to measure the best-possible exposure range and then takes three photos that are merged to deliver the widest exposure and contrast range.
So is this really a benefit to Android, or is this something you're adding for the sake of it.
I think it's stupid. I think Andy Rubin is stupid. This seems like it was done for the sole purpose to try and frame Apple's decision to not allow a proprietary 3rd party platform with a miserable track record in virtually every conceivable metric as an "evil" decision rather than actually make Android any better.
It reminds me of the people who called Apple evil for not supporting interchangeable audio DRM (it'd be a lot more 'open' if we used PlaysForSure!) instead of just thinking long term and I don't know... abolishing it.
I don't think anyone on the Android development team sees Flash as a viable platform for mobile content. (It ain't.) If they do it's a little ironic.
And uh Andy- Android is ...
I agree that certain aspects of flash aren't mobile-viable (Mouse-over interactions for example)... but there is *TONS* of flash stuff out ...
Here's my cynical take on it:
I think it's stupid. I think Andy Rubin is stupid. This seems like it was done for the sole purpose to try and frame Apple's decision to not allow a proprietary 3rd party platform w
2. and why cant i get android 2.1 update on my phone (moto cliq) or at least 1.6 and if not that can i atleast have some flash
1. Hungary is a country.
2. Cliq is getting 2.1. That's up to Moto, not El Goog. And none of the older chipsets are going to get Flash. G1, myTouch, Cliq and Cliq XT are sadly not going to get it.
The HTC EVO...