Now that flash player was demoed at world mobile congress, for those of you who still doubt Adobe, here is a eye opener. Here are a few videos that will show you where Adobe Flash stands today. Decide for yourself do you really need that iPhone anymore ? When every phone out there can be more than iPhone ? Looks like with iPad being killed by iTablet and iPhone being killed by smartphones with Flash Player 10.1 Apple is left with no front to fight with. Honestly from what i pick up from people The only thing they like about their iPhone and Mac OS is the effects more than anything else. And with Flash player 10.1 powering every device with the same ability, apple products are dying fast.This is to remind you of the statement made by Apple ” Adobe is lazy”. 🙂
- February 24, 2010
- Actionscript 3.0, Commercial, iPhone, Mobile
- Actionscript 3.0, Flash Player 10.1, Flex 4, iPhone, Mobile
See how businesses use the Flash Platform to create compelling content and applications that run consistently across browsers, operating systems, and devices.
more bad news for Apple 🙂
Just came across this wonderful site “Layar“. Layar is augmented reality application on your mobile phone which shows what is around you by displaying real time digital information on top of reality though the camera of your mobile phone. Content Layers are the equivalent of web pages in normal browsers. A layer is the digital view that is added to the camera view. Guess if this will be possible on future versions of flash on mobile devices. Currently they work on IPhone, Symbian and Android platforms.
Chroma Circuit, an addicting little puzzle game available for the iPhone by Josh Tynjala of Bowler Hat Games done with a pre-release version of Adobe Flash Professional CS5.