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So in other words, *mobile devices* no longer support Flash (or Java for that matter) and are none the worse for wear for it. Flash on Android was a miserable, poor-performing and battery-sucking, buggy hog -- which is why Adobe killed it off.

EDIT: My error, and it was an especially dumb one because I knew perfectly well that Android devices support Java (they have to, Android IS Java!). I should have said that iOS doesn't support Java, but I mixed it in with saying mobile devices (no longer) support Flash. Sorry.
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