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Flash 10.1 For Mobile launched by Adobe.

Two weeks after releasing the desktop version of Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Adobe has now launched Flash 10.1 for mobile.

At present Flash 10.1 will be available only for phones using Android 2.2 (or Froyo), but that version of Android hasn’t been deployed to devices yet.

Adobe has shipped Flash to its other device partners, too, which means it’ll soon be available on Symbian, Windows Phone 7, BlackBerry, Palm webOS, and other platforms. Adobe says it’s hoping to bring Flash 10.1 to more than half of all smartphones by 2012.

According to Adobe, Flash 10.1 for mobile has been completely redesigned from the ground up; it supports multi-touch operation, smart zooming and accelerometer-aided device rotation. It’s been thoroughly optimized to work with “all major chip and mobile platforms”; in short, we can expect better CPU, battery and power consumption. Finally, Adobe claims that most existing Flash content will “just work.”

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