webOS 1.4 to bring video recording, Flash support coming, 3D gaming now possible!
Hey, any gamers out there? If you’ve thought simple web-based entertainment is all webOS can offer on the gaming front, well you’ve been wrong. Thanks to a new Plug-in Development Kit, Palm’s App Catalog is now offering seven 3D games, including NFS: Undercover, The Sims 3 and Asphalt 5: Elite Racing. So, why don’t you go check them out and report how your device handles them?
Another important update on its way to Palm’s is Flash 10.1 support for the browser. Now, that’s what we’re talking about, Palm, keep them coming! Still, bear in mind that it isn’t known exactly when Flash will be available. Expect it in the coming months as a free plug-in in the App Catalog.
Don’t leave this page just yet, as there is another thing that might appeal to future Pre Plus and Pixi Plus users. Palm and Verizon have unveiled an app, called Mobile Hotspot, which will basically allow your smartphone to turn into a Wi-Fi router for up to 5 devices simultaneously. Sounds cool to us!
Do you find these new additions to Palm’s webOS platform intriguing enough? Sound off in the comments!
*Update: You can watch the full Palm presentation at CES below!
The first 3D games for webOS are now available
2. phone333 posted on 07 Jan 2010, 15:54 0 0
Finally some "REAL" WebOS news... This is pretty cool. I agree with you...GO PALM !!!
4. tempdogg74 posted on 07 Jan 2010, 17:28 0 0
:) I am so happy my Palm Pre just got the kick it needed to start 2010 off with a bang 3D gaming_flash and video recordings. Sprint Palm saved you a valued customer but I'm still stayn contract free.
3. branmcc03 posted on 07 Jan 2010, 16:45 0 0
Just in case you guys didnt know there has been a wifi router out for the pre with sprint for about 7 months now.
6. phone333 posted on 07 Jan 2010, 18:34 0 0
True.. that's how some people were able to use the homebrew app "My tether" and connect their PC. I think the Pre has everything it needs, they just need to run the updates and unleash it all.
5. Illyich posted on 07 Jan 2010, 17:52 0 0
Why don't all smartphones have flash support? It's insane!