Posts tagged Adobe
The iPhone 4.0 Sneak peek hasn’t gone all that well for Adobe no thanks to Apple. The Cupertinos have brought a pretty significant change in iPhone OS 4 SDK that prohibits the use of Adobe’s upcoming Flash CS5 feature to port Flash apps onto the iPhone.
Google and Adobe have becomes partners as a result of which Google Chrome will now become pre-installed with Flash Player. This partnership comes with the Californians looking to improve the Flash Player experience for Chrome. Google Chrome developer channel will kick off things by integrating with the Flash player. The global roll-out of this functionality will take place as soon as possible.
Back in January, Steve Ballmer announced HP Slate, Microsoft’s answer to iPad. To be fair HP Slate offers one thing which iPad falsely claims to provide – complete web browsing experience which of course includes playing Flash games, viewing Flash videos and more. As a matter of fact, HP has shared a video which shows Adobe Flash and Air running on the Windows 7 powered Tablet. A promo video has been made available as well. Videos after the jump.
Adobe is in the give away mood as it has rolled out a free Photoshop.com Mobile editor for Android developers. The developers can use the Photoshop.com Mobile for Android 1.1 editor inside their apps for cropping and other editing oriented purposes.
Mobile World Congress event has kicked off and as expected is nothing short of excitement. Adobe has made an announcement that is surely going to make everyone happy and excited. Adobe has officially announced Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR for the Android platform. Flash 10.1 will be made available for Android in the first half of 2010.
We all know that the next generation of Windows Mobile, Windows Mobile 7 or should I say Windows Phone 7 Series won’t be bringing the much awaited Flash capability. To give it the official status, Adobe has itself come out and said that the upcoming Windows Phone 7 won’t support Flash “initially”. There is some good news as well – Microsoft and Adobe are working together to bring this cool web browsing technology to the Windows Mobile phones, hopefully in the near future.
Adobe has updated its Photoshop app for iPhone and believe me this is one update that you will definitely want to get your hands on as soon as possible. The reason why I say this is that the latest update for the image editing tool called Photoshop.com brings the interesting video playback feature which will clearly enable you to watch videos on your mobile phone. More features listed after the jump.
A few days back, we shared with you the news of Motorola Droid officially getting Flash 10.1 support in the near future. We have got more stuff in relation to that. Adrian Ludwig has come up with a short demo that shows the Flash Player 10.1 running on the highly advertised and commercialized Droid from Motorola. See the demo video after the jump.
Nexus One news just keep coming up which in no way is a bad thing since we get to see more and more good things coming out of the Google Phone. According to the latest development, the Android 2.1 powered phone looks all set to get Flash 10.1 possibly in the first half of 2010. Included at the end of the post is a video that shows Flash running on the mobile phone.
Adobe has decided to take its Photoshop app for iPhone to the next level by offering it to the worldwide audience. Launch back in October, this cool photo editing app for iPhone was available initially for USA and Canada users. But that is no longer the case. If you live in a country that has an app store, you can get your very own Photoshop app.