This thread is talking about a software called Flash. Not the 'flash' you use for the camera.Quote:
I dropped my droid. Fortunately it fell in some modeling clay so it did not break anything. The only problem is now my night light doesn't work. I guess I got adobe on my flash before the rest of you.:icon_ banana::unsure:
Still funny tho. Heh.
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hai, i skimmed throught the last 5 pages or so of this thread, and I didn't see any mention of Skyfire.
Skyfire is a beta browser available in the market, it has minor flash support, obviously not widespread for all flash sites, but for the sites listed: NY Times, ESPN Sports, Vevo, Wired news, Howcast, Wikipedia, Yahoo, TechCrunch, Kotaku, Vimeo, Daily motion, Yahoo, BBC news, Digg, Engadget, and Failblog, will all load the flash videos embedded. It has a pretty solid detection rate since i've began using it.
I mean, like i said it's not universal flash, but some is better than none right? Especially seeing as it's a free app to install, no need to root or anything, it's an easy download.
I'd try it out if you're interested, just search skyfire in the market.
Really though, i strongly disagree that this app is completely useless. It may be for you, but not everyone needs to rewind or fast forward a quick video.
My point was that it's MINOR flash integration on the droid, for no hassle. So it doesn't have all the gadgets and gizmos and features of full flash, i never implied it did.
I may come off as a jerk, and i apologize for it somewhat, but your response to my slightly-helpful post came across as rude.
I agree with the posts earlier, google SHOULD have integrated flash, oh well. iphone doesn't have it so I'm not complaining too loudly :biggrin:
Although I'm glad to hear it is coming out and can't wait for it!
Is Flash going to be bundled with the froyo update or is it going to be a separate app from Adobe? If so will it be a free app?