April 30, 2011

Flash 10.2 gets updated includes hardware acceleration to videos and improves browser integration

As seen on the Android Market app
Adobe updated their Flash Player on the Android 3.0 Honeycomb platform (that means Android tablets sans the first gen Galaxy Tab). The update includes hardware acceleration for video and an enhanced browser integration. But what really is amazing here is the version of Honeycomb on the app's description at the Android Market. It says Android 3.1 Honeycomb. Is it an error?

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As seen on the Android Market via a web browser

DroidLife have updated their post regarding this news and said that the description is now changed to just Android 3.0 Honeycomb. They also added...
"The “3.1″ reference was more than likely a big boo-boo and shouldn’t have been in there, yet. Adobe just let us know that this Flash 10.2 update will include all of the features listed there, but none of you will be able to utilize them until a new Honeycomb update is released which we’re now assuming will be 3.1. This could have been the update that Verizon told us was coming, but it doesn’t mention anything about new hardware acceleration or Flash support. So confusing." 

Anyway, Flash 10.2 is now available for download via the Android Market.


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