Finally out of beta, Adobe has pushed the official build of Flash 10.1 to the Android Market for Nexus One devices. After a string of beta builds, the application is finally stable enough for Adobe and you'll be able to download 10.1.92.8 directly from the Market (or upgrade to it if you're using one of the betas) from your Nexus One.
Motorola Droid users will soon be able to download Flash from the market as well, but no word on how the HTC Evo or Droid 2 are going to be able to upgrade to the final build just yet. We'll let you know as soon as we do!
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