It looks like NOOK Color users will soon have less of an incentive to root their devices. Come April, the NOOK is about to change in a pretty significant way.
More good news for those of you who are proud owners of devices running 3.0. Adobe has updated their AIP app to provide official support of 3.0, giving you more awesomeness on your Honeycomb device. The full update list taken from the market:
Adobe released a small update to Flash Player for Android. There’s nothing major in this update, as it’s most likely just to fix some bugs and improve performance.
Adobe has finally brought its popular web conferencing software to Android. Their new Connect 8 is available for Android (as well as iOS) and, according to the press release, one
Now that Android 2.2 has started permeating handsets across the world, users are flocking to the market to download Flash. Adobe’s bread and butter media player has been downloaded more
This week on AGTN, we are super excited because this is the Big Android BBQ Pre-Game show! This evening two of our co-hosts, Aaron and Kyle will be LIVE in
Android Central is reporting that Adobe Air for Android will go live on the Android Market on Oct. 8, 2010. Apparently a tipster posted an e-mail (hit the source
Earlier today at the Flash Summit in San Francisco, Adobe announced that Adobe AIR 2.5 will be available in the fourth quarter of 2010. This is great news for all
Big news for Adobe today as Adobe Flash 10.1 has finally exited beta. After a string of builds, the application is finally stable enough for Adobe and you’ll be able
The boys over at XDA-Developers have done it again! Adobe Flash 10.1 for Android has been ported to the HTC EVO 4G! The best thing about this mod is that
So I just happened to notice Adobe Reader in the Android Market a few minutes ago, sitting there with less than 50 downloads! What a sneaky little product release that
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
Late yesterday saw Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch take to the official blog to reiterate the company’s recent stance on mobile platforms. No longer interested in working with Apple, Adobe has
We’ve learned over the last few days that Google is proactively seeking Apple developers, attempting to woo them with free phones. Not a bad strategy if you can afford to
If you’ve been wondering what Flash/AIR games were coming to Android when Flash 10.1 hits, today is your lucky day. Thanks to Adobe Indie Developer Josh Tynjala we now have