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Adobe showcases better Flash performance on mobile phones


At the Mobile World Congress, Adobe showcased performance advancements with their Flash Player 10.2 and the company has expressed high expectations on the mobile adoption of Flash Player and AIR.


Adobe has announced that more than 20 million smartphones were shipped or upgraded with Flash Player 10.1 software on over 35 certified devices in the first six months following the launch. The company expects Flash Player to be supported on more than 132 million units worldwide this year, amd over 50 tablets expected to support Flash Player in 2011.

Adobe is also showcasing their latest Flash Player 10.2 along with additional performance advancements. The new release includes support for innovative new features including Stage Video, which delivers much improved video performance through optimizing hardware acceleration on mobile devices, desktops and TVs. Tests show up to 80 percent CPU savings when playing back 1080p video on Windows and Mac OS. Stage Video support for mobile devices will also be available on Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” and BlackBerry Tablet OS.

Source: Enhanced Online News

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One thought on “Adobe showcases better Flash performance on mobile phones

  1. There could have been better developments.

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