Flash has been reported to come and is still expected to come to Android but the bigger news might be Adobe announcing that they're going to bring Adobe AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) to Android. AIR will allow developers to develop one AIR-based application and be able to reach every platform. There'll be no need to tweak an app for each OS because the app would run in the AIR environment--an AIR app would essentially be platform-free.
Basically, the idea is to get Adobe AIR on as many smartphone platforms as possible because the more support it has, the easier it'll be to take off. AIR apps performance seems to be rather snappy and is as close to 'native' as possible. Check out the video after the jump to see for yourself. Adobe AIR will come to Android first, exactly when we don't know.
One thing we ask Adobe, no long and drawn-out process to get AIR on Android like there was/is for Flash. Thanks!
Hit the jump to see a video of Adobe AIR in action on Android!
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