Flash 10.1 Shows Up On Nexus One Running Android 2.2 "FroYo"
By on May 11th, 2010

Apple has shunned away Flash, but Adobe has not yet let hopes of making it big on the mobile browsers. and Me have spotted a new version of Flash 10.1 running on a with Android 2.2.

A new video uploaded by Adobe evangelist Ryan Stewart shows a Nexus One with Android 2.2 running flash videos using Flash 10.1. Google has not yet released Android 2.2 to the public and the OS codenamed FroYo will be unveiled at this month’s Google IO conference.

Android based phones have recently surpassed the OS and are now the largest OS running on mobile phones for the first quarter of 2010, so running Flash on the OS would definitely mean that Flash will still be alive for sometime to come.

Watch the video of Flash 10.1 running on a Nexus One with Android 2.2 below.

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  • Bob

    IPhone nor Android are the largest OS. Blackberry has the largest percentage of phones on the market.

    Also, just because Flash may be installed on phones doesn't mean it will be used on websites in the future.

    I'm tired of hearing that Flash is coming. Don't show me Flash running on 2.2. DELIVER!!!

 
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