Video shows Nexus One with Flash 10.1 beta
Now it is simply a waiting game. Again, DROID owners have been expecting an upgrade by the end of June. But now with the N-One having been introduced and launched, we might see this capability added months earlier than expected.
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1. vzw fanman (Posts: 1971; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
that looks sweet. can't wait for it to come on the droid!
2. E.N. (Posts: 2218; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
I have a question guys. What makes the Nexus One "The Google Phone" and the Droid and G1 not? I thought they were all from google. And what makes this phone a superphone? It looks good but (other than Flash) its looks the same as any other Android phone. And I really hope Apple announces some news on flash this January 26th after they talk about the iSlate. Flash is extremely necessary on the iphone. If it won't appear on a software update (very unlikely though IMO) then I hope its on the next iphone this June/July.
3. allboutverizon (Posts: 66; Member since: 20 May 2009)
It is very unlikely from what I have been reading about the Iphone supporting flash, even though the demand from customers is high, and yes you pretty much need it these days. Flash is a development platform of its own, and would allow developers to get applications on the Iphone without Apples Approval (they could just code in flash). Apple considers this high risk, and wants total dominance over it's hardware and software. Flash would pull business away from the Itunes store. Adobe been said they have a verison for the iphone but that Apple doesn't want it.
4. E.N. (Posts: 2218; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
Yeah, I've been hearing about that conflict between Adobe and Apple too but I haven't really heard any clear reason. I've heard that the Apples approval thing is just a rumor. But I hope that's the reason though. If that's the reason, then once other phones start getting Flash, Apple will be forced to remove their restrictions or come up with some clever alternative.
5. allboutverizon (Posts: 66; Member since: 20 May 2009)
I have a Droid, and I can't wait for the flash support to come, this video really made the flash support look nice.