Google's Andy Rubin says Full Flash support expected with Android 2.2 "Froyo"
source: The NY Times
1. numberonenygfan posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:46 0 0
sweet but by the time this comes out ... that new i phone o.s will be out.. wonder if that will have a version of flash or like quicktime or some bs... the battle continues.. will the moto droid be upgradeable to the 2.2 ? that would be great but i dont know at this point if the droid has the capacity to run flash.. although in some cases they have had leaks of it actually being tested on droid. ... this is compelling stuff~~!!!
2. shimmyx20 posted on 27 Apr 2010, 16:18 0 0
4.0 for iPhone won't have flash, and I actually don't think any iPhone OS will support flash, as Steve Jobs has been pretty anti-Flash recently
4. numberonenygfan posted on 27 Apr 2010, 17:00 0 0
ya thats why i said maybe its own version of flash like software....to compete...
5. zerglisk posted on 27 Apr 2010, 17:21 0 0
iPhone will be more optimized with html5 I think iPhone can watch youtube.com/html5 on the safari browser as what I have heard. I have never actually tried it so I am not too sure.
3. jrcrow79 posted on 27 Apr 2010, 16:24 0 0
when 2.2 comes out for Droid..Iphone will have had the identical features including html5 flash addon..meh no diff. here
6. tuminatr posted on 28 Apr 2010, 00:15 0 0
you are assuming all the we sites are currently using html5, and they simply dont. Most web sites are still using flash
7. tuminatr posted on 28 Apr 2010, 00:28 0 0
and its kind of silly to not support the biggest format of video on the web, I bet we have four to five years left before HTML5 is king and on top of that you never know whats going to happen on the web maybe Adobe has a new version of flash that will kick HTML5's butt i guess I dont have all the facts but I know its a big deal
8. remixfa posted on 28 Apr 2010, 09:31 0 0
according to jobs, the iphone will never have flash. HTML5 is nice and all but its current use is miniscule compared to flash. Android supports both, so its a win win. Android is the free market. What people want, people create and people get. Apple is a government controlled market. What the people want.. the people get what Jobs wants instead.
9. xtroid2k posted on 28 Apr 2010, 10:22 0 0
While HTML5 might be better; bottom line is Flash is here and will be for awhile. I can't seem to wonder how Apple thinks it can spawn a revolution with maybe I don't know less then 5% market share for pc's ehem macs.
10. DonkeyPunched posted on 28 Apr 2010, 10:52 0 0
Thats the thing though. Apple has made so much hype about their products, the biggest being the iPhone. That's how I got interested into their products and currently own two of them. I walk into a college classroom and notice how it is now 50/50 pc and Mac laptops. I see that their plan on expanding to pc owners is working. At first I didn't think i would want to own a Mac because I've had so many years with a pc, but once I got to use one and learn it, I realized how easy it is to use and I really like it now.
11. jedi2000 posted on 28 Apr 2010, 11:17 0 0
Mac makes amazing Laptops and desktops, however they are now very old news when it comes to the smart phone race. You can get an Android phone on almost every network, however the iphone is still suffering on the ATT network. I would have expected more from Mac than one US network and one phone what happened to their variety? Thus I say Android is going to kick Iphone's A@# all over the place for several reasons, and now FLASH! ha!
12. jedi2000 posted on 28 Apr 2010, 11:19 0 0
I'll be curious to see how they handle flash games if they do at all.
13. numberonenygfan posted on 28 Apr 2010, 12:24 0 0
i dont understand why i got -2.... i phone does have to compete with android right now.. they have so many more handsets on the market for different carriers.. last i checked there is only one i phone... i guess maybe that what makes the i phone so desireable.. but hey.. android beats iphone os all day long.. and if they add flash asll i was saying was that i phone better come up with its own software that can do the same thing if they hate flash so much! ... jeeezzz...
14. dswatson83 posted on 28 Apr 2010, 13:06 0 0
too many sites use flash and so much advertising uses flash. Trust me, adobe isn't going to let it go lightly. They are releasing flash 10.1 now which already kills html5 on every platform except macs because apple doesn't allow adobe to access the gpu for acceleration. Adobe is quick to update which will keep them relevant to a level html can't. http://www.readwriteweb.com/ar
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