Adobe Flash Player in Latest Device News
Here are a few of the latest news and blog posts about different devices coming out with or recently updated support for Adobe Flash Player.
Additional features of the G2 include the following:
Dedicated Quick Keys for one-touch access to your favorite Google shortcuts and applications
Adobe FlashPlayer enabled Web browsing experience
Pinch and zoom functionality for Web browsing and photo gallery
4GB internal memory with pre-installed 8GB micro SD card, with support for up to 32 GB of external memory
Built-in 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo headset and Bluetooth support
Swype® text input for fast, accurate communication
Besides the array of Android applications available, the Folio 100 also comes with the Opera Mobile Web browser, the FBReader e-book reader software, Documents To Go for productivity suite, Evernote for taking notes, Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1 for running Flash apps, and Fring for video chat.
Android, though it lags iOS-based devices in gaming titles, does have a wide range of applications. Samsung pointed out that the Galaxy Tab will run Adobe Systems’ Flash Player 10.1, which opens the doors to more games available over the Web.
A PC-like super-fast web browsing experience
Featuring a powerful 1 GHz processor, high-speed WiFi-n technology and sleek high-resolution screen, the new Android-based tablets offer a fast and enjoyable PC-like web browsing experience. Users can access the entire internet thanks to Android’s support for Adobe Flash™ 10.1 player.
HTC Droid Incredible on Verizon Wireless – Click on Capabilities tab on product page after entering location information, Froyo 2.2 updates have been going out for existing phones.
Skype Mobile Capable
3G Mobile Hotspot Capable
VZ Navigator® Capable
Backup Assistant Capable
Visual Voice Mail capable
Backup Assistant capable
Mobile Broadband Connectcapable
HTML Browser: Supports Adobe Flash 10.1
WiFi® capable 802.11 b/g/n