*This post was originally published on November 13, 2011*
Back on November 9th, Adobe announced that it would be stopping development for Flash on mobile devices. What does this mean? Probably not a lot. While it does negate one of the big differences between Apple mobile devices and Android phones and tablets, most of the media/web apps currently using Flash will be adapted for HTML5 or Adobe Air. So, what does this mean for the average user? Nothing. While these videos, etc. may be handled differently behind the scenes – they will still play just fine on your device. You may even notice improvement in battery life as Flash becomes less common on the mobile web.
My name is Garrett. I love computers and repairing them. And owning a small business in Fort Collins