Android 2.2 To Recommend ‘Flash-enabled’ Websites To Users
Engadget is reporting that the latest version of Android — you know, the one with 450 percent performance improvement and Flash playback — will, upon updating, guide you to visit a selection of Flash-enabled websites. In my eyes, this is a direct counter by Adobe and Google of Apple’s list of iPad-ready (aka Flash-free) websites (CBS and NBC that means you!). If they have something like this planned, I have a feeling that Flash 10.1 will not disappoint, it might just be great. I am also fully confident this will enrage Steve jobs and the folks over at Cupertino. What do you think about this planned “Flash exhibit ?” Are you looking forward to Flash on Android? Let us know in the comments!
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