Oct 14th, 2010

It was bound to happen, but today’s the day – Flash 10.1 has been downloaded over one million times in the Android market, says Adobe. It was an interesting ride going from the moment that Flash for Android was rumored up until the point where it was finally released, but they’re finally starting to see the fruits of their labor. While I can’t say I rely on Flash in my day-to-day life, I can’t imagine many others don’t.


As more and more content is geared toward the mobile user, popular Flash-heavy sites – such as sites delivering up games or video – are adapting to the smartphone, and Android’s adaptation has been the most beautiful implementation of the experience yet. There are still some issues that need to be worked on, of course, but like we all say – it’s better to have a choice to have it than to be outright denied. Congrats, Adobe.

[via ZDNet]