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wickedpixel
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Flash player will be available for Android, Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, Palm webOS… but no word on apple products, iphone and ipod touch. The news, point 13, via Engadget

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flashstar
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Is this Flash Player for mobiles full ActonScript compatible , or just Lite version ?

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mpc
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As far as I know it’s a lite version (only AS2 ). I have posted a blog post about Flash coming to Androids

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rondog
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Why would they do flash player 10 if its only as2? That doesn’t make sense.

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Motionreactor
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Why would they do flash player 10 if its only as2? That doesn’t make sense.

I totally agree… seems strange. My guess is that they want penetration on mobile devices first, then they may develop AS3 Lite?

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mpc
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I think what this mean, is that Adobe has released the Flash lite on HTC Herom but they are also working on FP 10 for smartphones….

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