No Flash Support For Android 4.1 Jelly Bean: New Flash Installs To Be Disable From August

Google has released their newest mobile operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean along with their first own-branded Asus made tablet Nexus 7. The Android Jelly bean OS comes out with some amazing features including Google’s play card, re-sizable widgets and blink eye face unlock technology.

In the wake of Google’s new operating system Android 4.1, Adobe has released a statement yesterday mentioning that they won’t provide flash support for the Android’s new version.

Adobe mentioned in the note, that they hasn’t been developing and testing Flash on the Jelly Bean OS and they have no plans to implement it as well. What does this mean? Well, in simple words the age of Flash on smartphones is about to come to an end.

This new came as little surprise to plenty of people because Adobe has previously opted out of Google Chrome for Android, which will be the heir to the Google’s inbuilt browser.

Adobe in the note also mentioned that they are disabling fresh installs of Flash player from Google Play store on August 15, 2012. So, if you are planning to install Flash in your Android device, then now is the right time to install it.

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