Flash for webOS still on track for first half of 2010?

Adobe’s Flash 10.1 is apparently still on track for “the first half of 2010″ according to PhoneScoop who received a communication from Adobe. This directly refutes statements made by Adobe’s Shantanu Narayen who said to expect new Android, webOS and BlackBerry devices with integrated Flash compatibility during the second half of 2010. Apparently, Narayen was referencing new hardware and not Flash 10.1. In the statement to Phone Scoope, Adobe reaffirms the release window saying, ” Flash 10.1 itself will still be arriving “to first mobile platforms including Android … before the end of the first half of 2010.” Curious they would reference Android. Let’s hope that release date extends to webOS, which we suspect it will given the fact Palm has built-in support for Flash.


So, we continue to wait for Adobe, but the wait shouldn’t be too much longer.

PhoneScoop via Engadget


  1. Old news…this was reported by webOSroundup last Thursday…


  2. If adobe releases the player on june 15th, odds are that it won’t be rolled out pre installed in phones or OS updates until july which is the second half. That’s what he was saying.

  3. IMHO The Adobe CEO said second half of 2010, not exactly June 2010 or July 2010 .

    So it will come anytime between July to December 2010.

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