Four years after the release of the iPhone and Steve Jobs’ controversial decision to not support flash on apple’s mobile devices, Adobe has given up the fight. According to ZDNet, after many teething and speed problems getting flash to work on android and other mobile devices, Adobe have announced they will halt development of future mobile versions of flash.
Adobe will now focus on developing tools that will allow flash developers to create mobile apps running on Adobe’s Air platform.
What does this mean for the general population? Not much. But if you’re a website owner and have flash based content, you might want to start looking at upgrading your site and utilising the ever growing power and simplicity of HTML5!
To read more about Adobe’s decision follow the ZDNet link above or visit news.com.au