Adobe recently announced the public availability of the Adobe AIR for Android Developer Prerelease program. Any designer or developer interested in building Android applications using the Flash Platform is welcome to join this program to get access to the beta SDK.
At Google I/O Vic Gundotra, Google VP Engineering announced Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.5 running on FroYo. The launch represents a milestone that we’ve been working towards for some time, and all of us at Adobe are hugely excited to see Flash Player 10.1 finally get into the hands of consumers. [more from Mark…]
Even if those announcements are all about Android OS the final target mobile operating systems for Flash Player also include Windows Phone 7, webOS, Symbian, and BlackBerry. This is a really exciting news for all Flash Mobile developers out there!
If you don’t have an Android device yet, you can already begin using this technology for your latest cool mobile project! Greg Wilson has an useful post about what you’ll need to start developing Android AIR apps today.