Adobe Flash Player 11 to support 3D, coming in October with AIR 3

Adobe Flash Player 11 to support 3D, coming in October with AIR 3
The Adobe Flash Player is about to make a great step forward to catch up with the latest technology in content and video games. Sometime next month, the Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 will both be launched. We are talking console quality speeds here, at 60 frames per second and Adobe says that the new versions are 1,000 times faster than the current Adobe Flash Player and AIR. And AIR 3 will now be allowed to get bundled with an Android, Windows or iOS app saving you from an extra download.

Another big change is that the new versions of Adobe Flash Player and AIR will both support 3D. Yes, this is a new technology that is just taking off and indeed, not everyone is entranced by it. But we would expect that 3D technology will continue to get better and Adobe wants to be a player in its development. Danny Winokur, vice president and general manager of Platform, Adobe, says that Flash is the best way for content owners to deliver games, premium video and data-centric apps. He also said that with the new release, Adobe is "pushing the envelope" of the web experience.

via: AndroidCentral



1. NeXoS

Posts: 292; Member since: May 03, 2011

sweet!! can't wait for FB games to use this!

2. fayez unregistered

facebook games, u must be kidding me. whats ur age

3. PeterIfromsweden

Posts: 1230; Member since: Aug 03, 2011

Adoba flash will be gone in a few years anyway. The new Metro IE 10 on Windows 8 doesn't even support flash. And it seems apple doesn't support flash either.

5. Mario10172 unregistered

lol you are stupid, macs do support flash, just the iphone and pad dont, and the windows 8 they showed was the tablet version, not computer version, it will obviously support flash

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