Flash and Air Developers Finding it Easy to Port to Android.

Androidpolice.com is reporting that with the recent huge push from Adobe, application and game developers are having a breeze of a time porting over their Air and Flash apps to Android.  Most of the feedback of the process has been positive from devs, some even saying that their apps are porting over in 10 minutes!

This comes, of course, after the whole drama surrounding the fact that Apple has shut Adobe and Flash out of the iPhone for the time being.  Adobe has decided to push its platform to Android in a big way and we’re about to see the fruits of this effort.

This is good news for Android as a whole being there are tons of AIR apps out there that could be ported over to our mobile devices running later versions of Android.

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  1. @jszmajda
    April 23, 17:31 Reply

    I wonder how performant these apps are on the various hardware available. Very cool though!

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