This thread is talking about a software called Flash. Not the 'flash' you use for the camera.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.
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
Although I'm glad to hear it is coming out and can't wait for it!