Google Nexus One owners will be the first people to get hold of Abode Flash 10.1 for mobiles. Abode’s been showing off the player on the handset and reminding everyone that Android uses Flash and a certain mobile doesn’t…
Google, HTC (who designed the hardware) and Qualcomm, the makers of the Google Nexus One’s Snapdragon chip, are all members of the Open Screen Project, the group pushing to bring Flash to more devices.
In the video above Adobe’s Adrian Ludgwig demonstrates Flash Player 10.1 on the Google Nexus One and delivers oodles of praise for Google Android and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor. He also reveals that Abobe’s been working with the flash game sites and the video shows a clip of a shooter game on Miniclip.
The clip also shows the Google Nexus One navigating to National Geographic site with Flash navigation, a seriously annoying ad for dog food and an education video clip about silk making in Italy.
Over 80% of the video on the web is delivered using Flash and Abode’s makes sure in the clip to hammer home it’s point that Android handsets like Flash and the iPhone doesn’t. The Flash 10.1 update will pushed to Google Nexus One later in 2010.
Due 2010 | £free | Adobe