The End of Flash???

Here is an article about play flash on cellphone http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/adobe-flash-for-android-gone-with-barely-a-whimper/

Adobe Flash used to be what brought “the full Web” to mobile devices. Now, Adobe Flash for Android is gone…and the full Web is still here.

It’s the end of an era: Yesterday, Adobe quietly removed its Flash Player from Google Play, meaning Android device owners will no longer be able to download and install Adobe Flash to access videos, games, and other Flash-based content on the Web.

For many mobile users, Flash support was a key reason for choosing Android over Apple’s iOS. After all, having Flash playback provided access to “the full Web.” That meant not just rich multimedia like online video and interactive elements, but sometimes even basic site access: There are still sites out there that rely on Flash for navigation. But Adobe was never able to deliver on its promise of a high-performance, touch-centric, battery-friendly version of Flash for mobile devices, and announced last year that it was giving up on mobile Flash in favor of HTML5 technologies. No, the hammer has fallen…”

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