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Adobe has released a beta version of Adobe Flash for Android devices. The new update is available forl mobiles running on Android 2.2, 2.3 or 3.0. The main improvements come to users of Android Honeycomb which is the tablet version of the operating system. Android tablets will now benefit from the ability to load full flash content.
Another key improvement is to dual-core devices which will now benefit from increased speed and improved battery life. Single-core users will see slight improvements to the Youtube player. The new version will also now support 720p video playback and addresses a security issue that plagued previous versions.
Among the features in the new software, according to an Adobe blog post, are integration with the browser on Android 3.0.1, aka Honeycomb, so Flash content is treated "as part of the web page instead of as a separate 'overlay'". This should make pages scroll better and resemble more closely the web pages designers intended.
Flash Player 10.2 for mobile also adds the ability to take advantage of better hardware in some devices with graphics chips and dual-core processors — such as Motorola's Xoom and LG's Optimus 2X. It also promises better integration with screen-based keyboards than the previous 10.1 version.
Adobe has released new Flash software version 10.2 today, which is intended to help tablets and mobile phones that use the Google Android operating system 2.2 or newer. Adobe said that the new update will offer better web browser functionality with websites that use Adobe Flash. The new version will also correct a critical Flash security flaw for these mobile devices.
If you run Google Android OS version 2.2 (Froyo) or 2.3 (Gingerbread) or a tablet that uses the Androd 3.0 (Honeycomb), Adobe is recommending that you update to the new 10.2 version of Flash. You can get the update at the Google Android Marketplace.
By. Android Phone Tips