Adobe Flash Shown On Nexus.. Mixed Feelings?


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  1. phandroid

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    So a video has surfaced of Adobe showing off Adobe Flash 10.1 on a Nexus One in need of a charging.* This is something an awful lot of us have been waiting very patiently for, but as Engadget points out, is it really going to increase our experience enough to make up for what [...]

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    I would say even with that adds and such oh well....we need flash, and the recent announcement that sling will use flash for the android has made this guy one happy camper that it will be coming vs sling just considering....and who can forget hulu!
     
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    Like one of the articles said, the Android platform goes through an evolutionary ladder rather than a revolutionary turn. First comes Flash, then comes Ad Block Plus. :)
     
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    I was going to add that I'm sure they'll be some app or setting to block flash ads. I think this is going to be a major advancement for Android while making them an even more serious contender in the smartphone market.
     

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