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Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
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.
On the contrary, Java is used on many mobile devices as a language unto itself and is the primary language used to write Android applications. Unless, the world started turning in the opposite direction, I'm pretty sure Android based devices outnumber anything else out there..

Flash is a resource hog on all platforms, when put onto a battery-operated device, that just exasperates the situation shortens the battery life which runs counter to what the device should do generally..

Looks like Adobe hasn't been able to optimize the system for the mobile platform and is claiming defeat..

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