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Adobe to stop developing Mobile Flash

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by silverfang77, Nov 9, 2011.

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    This is rather disappointing to me as an Android user. Flash compatibility was a definite bragging right for Android users over iPhone and BB users and now we won't have that anymore. They claim they're bringing out substitutes like Adobe Air and HTML 5, but how long will it take websites to switch away from Flash and embrace these alternatives? I greatly dislike the idea of suddenly not being able to watch news videos on my phone anymore when I'm on the road and see an interesting news video mentioned in a Tweet from CBS or MSNBC.
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    already in the news section