Saturday, April 17, 2021

No Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Wired: Adobe has confirmed that it will not be developing a Flash Player for the next version of Android. In addition, the company said it will be pulling the Flash player from the Google Play app store; beginning August 15, only Android phones that shipped with Flash installed will be getting updated versions of the app. According to Adobe, new devices that ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean are “increasingly likely to be incompatible with Flash Player and will no longer be able to install it from the Google Play Store.”

Last year, Adobe announced that it would cease development of its mobile Flash player in favor of pursuing HTML5 technologies.

Similar articles

Latest Articles

IT Planning During a...

Without a doubt, 2020 changed everything. I like to compare it to a science fiction movie where time travel is involved. Clearly, we have...

Best Data Quality Tools...

Data quality is a critical issue in today’s data centers. The complexity of the Cloud continues to grow, leading to an increasing need for...

NVIDIA’s New Grace ARM/GPU...

This week is NVIDIA’s GTC, or GPU Technology Conference, and they likely should have changed the name to ATC because this year – it...

What is Data Segmentation?

Definition of Data Segmentation Data segmentation is the process of grouping your data into at least two subsets, although more separations may be necessary on...