You may recall a while ago when Adobe’s CEO, Shantanu Narayen, announced in the Q2 audio press release that a version of Flash Player 10 would be available for Smartphone browsers starting this October (during Adobe MAX). Well it’s October now (if you haven’t noticed already), and Adobe Systems Incorporated unveiled Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 software for smartphones today. Windows Mobile (Yay for Touch Pro 2 users) and webOS users will be able to take advantage of the beta which will be available to the public before the end of this year. Then it will be available to Android and Symbian “early” 2010. RIM (Research In Motion) has officially joined the Open Screen Project and will be bringing Adobe Player to BlackBerry (Yup 9700 will be rocking Flash) smartphones in the future.
Adobe Via Engadget