Today Adobe is rocking the news with their MAX conference. They have just announced the much anticipated Adobe Flash Player 11 will be available starting tonight for multiple platforms, including Android. Same rules apply for Air
Today on the official Adobe Blog Adobe has outlined plenty of what we will see in the future. With Flash Player 11, AIR 3, 3D and console quality gaming and more all across multiple platforms and especially mobile, all thanks to
It’s the middle of July and tech news this week has been rock steady! Lets start off by saying that Google+ is now available for international users; and at this point it seems that all Google+ is missing compared to other
When Adobe AIr started showing up on Android everyone was excited to see what it would bring as far as rich applications and games. We have seen quite a bit but I honestly thought it would see more use. You can read more about
Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been spotted in recent Adobe Air logs. Presumably a Google engineer was testing Adobe Air’s performance on the operating system and that’s how it appeared in the log.
Adobe has pushed out a new version of AIR, v2.5, their cross-platform application framework, with manufacturers including Acer, HTC, Motorola and Samsung expected to ship the runtime pre-installed on a variety of devices
If you downloaded Adobe Air when it launched last week and have been wondering what to do with it, AppBrain makes it easy to find new apps that use Air. AppBrain has a new filter that will sort by apps that use Air.
With Adobe AIR just being released we are now getting word on just how easy it is to push to the Android Market. How easy? Well, it took Adobe’s Lee Brimelow just over 6 minutes to get a simple test app on the Market. This
While Flash hasn’t necessarily been missing from the Android platform, it hasn’t been present in its fullest form until recently. With the launch of Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1 on Android 2.2-equipped devices like