- Nov 7, 2012
i know it's not the biggest deal, but you have to admit... there are enough times in a week, where i wish i could stream, or the video would play right from the broswer... <sigh>
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Not ever going to happen, Adobe has killed Flash player for phones.
Flash would help with some missing apps. Hulu, Amazon Video etc
My hope is not to do a thing. Flash is an aweful technology. Even on my RT, sites like WPCrentral locked up all the time due to flash player.So what does MS intend to do about this??
So what does MS intend to do about this??
Partially true.Ms can't do anything about it. The replacement for flash is html5, which isn't standard yet and is still undergoing heavy changes under the hood. Because of this web developers don't want to use it, as it is still evolving. Ms can't push devs to upgrade their sites to html5, the only thing you can do is good for your websites developers to update them to it.
Sent from the stars...
Didn't they say Blackberry 10 browser launched WITH flash?
There are "cloud browsers" for ios/android that let you view flash content without running flash. They don't work particularly well, but maybe better than nothing.
Long term, the issue will go away once we're all running full x86 Windows on our phones.
I think someone believes the article from that rag called The Guardian!!
We won't be running full x86 Windows on our phones, Windows Phone and Windows RT are merging, Windows RT isn't being killed off so Windows on ARM will be around for the foreseeable future. Therefore Flash won't be available for Windows Phone!!