Adobe will release Flash Player for Ice Cream Sandwich, last on the list

If you have one of few Samsung Galaxy Nexus in your hand running latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich, you can already discover that it is not supporting flash content any more using. It's not a hardware issue limited to that model, the problem lies with the software - Flash doesn’t support ICS yet. And we heard Adobe that they were saying that they will not release any further Flash Player update for Android. But the situation is changed.

Adobe is expected to release an update by the end of the year that will add support for Ice Cream Sandwich to Android's Flash player. With this info Adobe gives us something more to hear- next major Android version isn't getting official Flash support. Which coincides with Adobe's updated strategy for mobile devices that calls for HTML5 to replace Flash.
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This is the official Adobe statement-
Adobe will release one more version of the Flash Player for mobile browsing, which will provide support for Android 4.0, and one more release of the Flash Linux Porting Kit - both expected to be released before the end of this year.
Note that this is only for the Flash plug-in for browsers. Developers will still be able to use Adobe's technologies to create apps and games for mobile devices through Adobe AIR. That will go on with a focus on console-like gaming (including 3D). Flash for the desktop will also see continued development. Earlier Adobe said that they will not release any further Flash Player update for mobile. Its good to see that they don’t like to keep their word!

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