RIM and Adobe to Announce FLASH for Blackberry Support!
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Sometime back in August it was rumored that Adobe and RIM were working on a way to make Blackberry devices Flash enabled. Now this information will become official. Tomorrow RIM and Adobe are set to announce a partnership that will indeed bring Flash to the Blackberry experience. The announcement will come at MAX, Adobe's worldwide developers conference.
The speculation is that Blackberry devices that are Flash supported and enabled should be available to the public next summer. However, this date can either be pushed up or pushed back. Only time will tell.
The partnership allows RIM to join Adobe's Open Screen Project, currently a 50 organizations strong alliance whose cause is to promote better apps for a richer mobile, television, and desktop browsing experience for users.
Last edited by bbprintz215; 10-04-2009 at 11:02 PM.
this will really make the blackberry experience that much better!
In that case I might give Jim B another $10 to buy his hockey team
Yeah, I love my Storm, but instead of worrying about bringing flash to the BlackBerry experience, maybe they should concentrate on bringing a decent browsing experience to the BlackBerry that's on par with other feature phones. After getting the browser right, then they can concentrate on adding flash.
Originally Posted by bbprintz215
adding flash will definately make browsing on BBs more fun.
I'm thinking the possibilities of extreme themes and software that will be based on flash, specifically java. Although it will be implemented via the browser, i'm sure there is a way to use it outside of that.
I think that by adding Flash it will help raise the quality of the browsing experience, thats just my opinion. And common animated themes would be pretty sick!
Originally Posted by cj100570
I hope this has to do with that browser company they just acquired. I'm hoping for a whole new browser.
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