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WP7: Adobe Flash 10.1 for Windows Phone 7

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5 comments   /   posted by Anton Polimenov on Jun 14, 2010
Tags:   windows-phone-7
Here you can find more details on Adobe Flash for Windows Phone 7. A lot of stuff is not specified, yet. For example, we still don't know the date on which Adobe Flash will be available for Windows Phone 7.

So will Flash 10.1 come with Windows Phone 7 out the gate? We're not holding our breath. But here's another idea why Adobe is now putting the above writing on their site: this is just Adobe continuing the public-spat with Apple by showing all the other mobile OSs that will be supporting Flash at some point.


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    RE: WP7: Adobe Flash 10.1 for Windows Phone 7

    posted by Bill Gates on Apr 08, 2011 05:36

    At some point?    That's a joke right?   Steve Jobs is right, Flash is history.

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    Magic W3 Windows 7 SmartPhone (not WP7)

    posted by Steve Ballmer on Apr 14, 2011 21:52
    Magic W3 Windows 7 Home Premium OS SmartPhone does Flash and Silverlight and iTunes and Netflix and Photoshop
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    RE: WP7: Adobe Flash 10.1 for Windows Phone 7

    posted by saimir on May 05, 2011 22:36
    when    we   have   the   adobe   flash   plyere   for    wp7 
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    RE: WP7: Adobe Flash 10.1 for Windows Phone 7

    posted by Violator on Jun 01, 2011 11:21
    Steve Jobs, who is he?
  • bluzcat

    Re: WP7: Adobe Flash 10.1 for Windows Phone 7

    posted by bluzcat on Jul 02, 2012 12:09
    !) @Violator: I assume you are being facetious but just in case you aren't; Steve Jobs is dead. Steve was founder of Apple Computers with Stephen Wozniak in the Jobs' family garage. Jobs was the main force behind Apples success with the Macbook Air, iPod, and  IPhone and was  also Apple Computer's main evangelist. Steve, unfortunately died on October 5, 2011, . He was 56 years old at the time of his death. 2) I am disapointed that WP7 does not have flash because dozens of apps, especially multimedia such as movie players on sites I subscribe to require Flash to work. I'm migrating to an Android phone. Probably a Samsung Galaxy II because I am in a band and the Hi-Def widescreeen video is f'ing awesome! It also has the brightest amoled screen extant.

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