Flash Player on the Nexus One
What most smart phone browsers lack is having a Flash Player. The developers at Adobe and members of the Open Screen Project are very close at solving this problem. The Nexus One has become the ideal device to test Flash Player 10.1, with its Snapdragon 1GHz processor. The video below shows Flash on the Nexus One in action.
We seem to be slowly inching towards a full release from Adobe.Â Tell us what you think about this.Â Are you holding off getting a smartphone because of Flash?Â Perhaps you are on the other side of the spectrum.Â Do you even care at this point?
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