Adobe Pulls Flash Player From Google Play, Here’s How To Get It Back
As a result of the HTML5 mobile domination, Adobe Flash has admitted defeat and it will no longer be available for Android devices. Adobe officially made the announcement that they have stopped the development of Adobe Flash for Android operating system.
As of today, any mobile device beyond Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich won’t be getting the Adobe Flash from Google Play. Specially if you are working on a Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device like Nexus 7. But, that doesn’t mean you are doomed. It will remain on Google Play for installation on Android devices that are certified by the manufacturer. And you can still work on your Android device without Adobe Flash. But you will need this app to run certain games and software’s because most of the video providers have’nt yet switched to HTML5.
Best way to get Flash for Android is via the official Adobe Flash website. Always be careful when getting the software from other places as they can bring malwares to your mobile device. Also keep in mind that Adobe does not recommend installing Flash on unsupported devices. Obviously it can slow down your device performance.
[Via: Adobe stops Flash development for Android Ubergizmo]
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