Very excited about Adobe Flash Mobile 10
Adobe’s recent earnings report revealed that Flash Player 10 will be available this fall for phones running Windows Mobile, Palm Web OS, Symbian and Android. The lack of Mac OS in the list of supported platform is really a pity, but I’m optimist about a FP10 on iPhone in the near future, expecially today with the processing power of the new iPhone GS (2-3 times the processing power of iPhone “classic”). Even if the Flash Mobile 10 is aimed at high end phones with high processing power and capabilities, this is a very important step in the strategic Open Screen project.
Adobe is working hard to push the Flash Player Technology to every device, but obviously the most efforts are spent to make the Flash Player the de-facto standard for multimedia and internet driven apps in a triple-play scenario: Flash Player on mobile devices, on TV and of PC.
In this fall, probably during Max 2009 (Los Angeles, 4-7 October), a beta of FM10 will be shown. Probably in the 1Q of 2010 will appear on the market the first TV sets with FP10 support. The Flash Player invasion is going to start.