Adobe has officially announced that the new version of Flash Player for Android, 10.2, is now available. It can already be downloaded on the Android Market here. The new player promises a full web browsing experience, without any empty pages.
Even if Steve Jobs has expressed his skepticism concerning how useful Flash would be on a mobile device, that didn’t stop Adobe from developing it further. The people that will be the happiest will be the ones using a Motorola Xoom. The new version is a “finished production quality release for Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices and a BETA release for Android 3.0.1+ tablets”, according to the official notes accompanying the download.
Another good thing is that the new version promises superior performance on devices using dual-core chips, and there are a few on the market already (and that’s a growing trend).
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