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Did Google kill Flash (err- I mean Flash plug-in on Android)

Flash Lite ports August 15th, 2012

If you are one of those ‘early adapters’ of technology, you may have previewed latest Android update, JellyBean (aka Android 4.1). (Early adapter doesn’t have as much meaning these days like it used to have BTW - almost everyone that I know is eager to try new technologies - it is just a matter of time and money!). Once up, you’ll notice that Chrome has become default Android browser. The Webkit browser that used to be there until Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4) is gone. Now try typing ‘about:plugins’ in Chrome - you’ll get a message that the ‘web page is not found’. (For those who don’t know what ‘about:plugins’ does, it brings up list of all plugins installed on your system via a local web page and you can enable or disable plugins from there). ......continue reading