One of the many glaring omissions still not featured on the iPhone is support for Flash. Rumors keep circulating that Flash will be coming to the iPhone, but that has failed to happen and unless something big changes this isn’t the year of flash for iPhone fans.

Adobe has announced it will be released the beta version of Flash Player 10 for smartphones in October. The player will be offered for Android, Symbian, Windows mobile, and webOS, notice iPhone OS is missing.

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said that ARM, NVIDIA, Broadcom, Intel, TI, and Quallcomm are all optimizing the player for their products right now. Narayen said, “Multiple partners have already received early version of this release and we expect to release a Beta version for developers.”

[via MobileBurn]