Flash for N1!

This is a discussion on Flash for N1! within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; hmm other than flash video and flash games, which it doesn't support, what else are you guys be using flash for and needing?...

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    hmm other than flash video and flash games, which it doesn't support, what else are you guys be using flash for and needing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatoneguy247 View Post
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    I'll just wait for the Froyo OTA update. Don't see the logic in giving up pinch-to-zoom w/ Skyfire.


    ???
    skyfire has pinch to zoom...
    Really? I've read that the Skyfire browser didn't fully support it.



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    How come the Motorola Droid has Flash player but not the Nexus One?

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    The version I had a few days ago didn't support multi touch, unless it was a setting I missed. And games vs. video isn't the question, it's the point that this isn't "flash".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuse View Post
    The version I had a few days ago didn't support multi touch, unless it was a setting I missed. And games vs. video isn't the question, it's the point that this isn't "flash".
    Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is a [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multimedia"]multimedia[/ame] platform used to add [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animation"]animation[/ame], video, and [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interactivity"]interactivity[/ame] to web pages.

    I guess I wouldnt consider this full flash support but more of a browser capable of flash video. But it is a heck of alot better than nothing and will suffice until next month.

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    "video" has nothing to do with the web technology that is used to bring you that video.

    "Cool browser that allows for viewing of videos" would be a better title. =) 2.2 is soon enough. =)
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