Score one for the Android user, kind of. BSQUARE has announced that they'll be porting Flash over to Android for a "global tier-1 carrier". Their words, not ours. We're going to go out on a limb there and predict that the "global tier-1 carrier" is T-Mobile. Shocking, we know.

The press release leaves a lot to the imagination. We don't know the release date, we don't know how it works, we don't know how this solution works with Google's Flash solution, we don't know much other than Flash is coming to Android! And even that we kind of knew already.

So should we celebrate that Flash is coming to Android! Or should we really wait 'til Flash comes to Android. We're leaning towards the latter. You?

[bsquare]

 

 
There are 5 comments

mcdent says:

I'm not going to get excited about it :) I'd prefer to wait until
Adobe creates their own mobile flash version for Android.

Scritube says:

is there a posibility to use that flash square on internet aplications?
Google Mobile will use it?

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is there a posibility to use that flash square on internet aplications?
Google Mobile will use it?

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