Update for Adobe Flash Player brings it to version 10.3
For the rest of Android users with a device running Android 2.2 or higher, the upgrade kills some bugs specific to the Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola devices and the HTC EVO 4G. For a complete changelog, click on the sourcelink. You can grab the upgrade for free from the Android Market.
source: Adobe, FlashPlatformBlog via Engadget
2. vantenkiest (Posts: 308; Member since: 20 Apr 2011)
only because you dont have it on the ipad or iphone.
I wish it would run on the lg ally pseudo flash on the browsers like skyfire and miren dont cut it.
3. cheeseycheeser (Posts: 374; Member since: 24 Mar 2011)
I really hate using flash on my Thunderbolt. It's nice for animations, but not good for a phone. I prefer the browser on my iPad for it's smoothness(well, and the screen. But that's different)
4. Lucas777 (Posts: 2121; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)
wow... thats amazing for someone to actually admit that... very respectable... hahahah
5. vantenkiest (Posts: 308; Member since: 20 Apr 2011)
it is true that flash isnt the best on android but there are a lot of sites that require it to run. so it realy helps
6. Lucas777 (Posts: 2121; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)
i understand... and appreciate that, but i dont think it is better than skyfire... not saying that is good either... i think flash really needs to make a mobile flash that can run on smartphones since it obviously doesnt work to well... they can make an adobe reader so why not a full functioning flash that doesnt make everything lag...
7. vantenkiest (Posts: 308; Member since: 20 Apr 2011)
yup thats why i called it "pseudo Flash" lol because the app itself has its..... drivers i guess i would call it. its not flash just semi flash compatible. i have 3 LG allys right now and none of them can run any kind of flash without a browser that has pseudo flash.
8. belovedson (Posts: 830; Member since: 30 Nov 2010)
whats with these apple nuts. flash has adobe flash has nothing to do with you. bug away you flees
9. clevername (Posts: 1428; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
"the upgrade kills some bugs specific to the Samsung Galaxy S," Since when did Sammy start upgrading their Android devices ^_^
10. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 2927; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
Flash is still very new and buggy. I have seen the galaxy s2 run it with no problems and no lag. Its just a matter of time when it starts working great.