Adobe: No Flash for Android Chrome Beta
Feb 7, 2012, 3:53 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Adobe today posted a reminder that it is no longer developing its Flash Player for mobile devices. As such, Adobe's plug-ins are not available for the newly-released Chrome Beta browser for Google's Android 4.0 platform. Flash content will not play in the Chrome beta browser on Android phones or tablets. Adobe is, however, working with Google and others to bring HTML5-powered content to Chrome and other browsers.
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No flash? Seriously sounds kinda lame like an IPhone?
I love that my LG Revolution has flash. Use it all the time. Wouldn't want to update or get a device without it. Would be like owning a puny 3.5" screen, weak 800MHz, fixed memory, sealed-for-life battery, almost ev
Hey! Hey! Remember when.....
And remember when Andy Rubin got up and touted Flash as a huge benefit to the Android ecosystem?
And remember how RIM touted Flash as the huge benefit to the Playbook over the iPad?
Remember? I sure do! And iOS is dead now and users are unhappy and protested and forced Apple to open Flash into its ecosystem??
I never thought I'd say this, but Apple was right to exclude Flash. Anytime my browser crashes (phone or desktop) it's always when Flash content is loading.
I disabled flash from my Chrome browser on my PC, and have not seen a crash in ages. I just wish more websites supported HTML5.