Today Google introduced Chrome for Android Beta. As we announced last November, Adobe is no longer developing Flash Player for mobile browsers, and thus Chrome for Android Beta does not support Flash content,” wrote Adobe’s Flash Platform product manager Bill Howard.
The past year has been devastating for Adobe Flash and for Flash designers and developers. I personally think this is for the best, as it gives us UX designers and Interactive Creatives one more bullet in our magazine to shoot down horrible “creative” ideas from people that don’t understand the web and usability. “Hey yeah, that idea is nice and all, but to pull it off we’ll have to build it in Flash. Oh and by the way, you want this be mobile optimized so yeah, start over.” Ahhhh that felt good.
AMAZING. Android is taking over the mobile world. Love it. And I can honestly say that with ICS, they’ve outdone iOS (finally).
It will be interesting to see if they can start to force phone manufactureers to use only stock ICS and stop putting these horrible skins on them.
App downloads also exceeded any previously known levels, jumping to 242 million on Christmas Day.
If you mobile game you’ll know GAMELOFT puts out some of the best games for Android and webOS. (and probably iPhone, but we don’t talk about that here). Hurry over to their site via your android phone today and download it. Then look me up and we’ll play and I’ll kick your ass.
Eff this twitter.com/washingtonpost…
The new keyboard for iOS11 might be the gamechanger for me to try an iPhone again. iPhone 6 was a fail for me. Maybe the 8 will be better?