Flash 10.2 Arrives On Android Tablets And Phones

Android 2.2 and higher: Flash 10.2 has landed in official form, giving performance enhancements and better soft keyboard support to phones, and a pretty helpful first Flash offering to Android 3.0 tablets.

Flash still loads objects as a kind of pop-up on Android 2.2 and 2.3 phones, and maybe that’s a necessity for a smaller screen. On Android 3.0, Flash objects look and work like they’re supposed to, laid into the page and accepting user interactions. As noted in many places around the web, Flash is not always kind to mobile batteries, but if you need a bit of Flash to make a web page work, it’s worth having it on your phone.

Flash 10.2 is a free download for Android phones and tablets running version 2.2 and higher. Read our tips on making Flash actually useful on Android for tips on setting Flash to run “on demand”, among other suggestions.

Flash Player 10.2 [Android Market via Adobe Blogs]

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