Abobe finally finished working on its latest version of Flash for Android a few days ago and changed its status from beta version to stable version. I’m talking about Flash 10.1 which is the first mobile version of the plugin that can support mostly the same content as desktop versions, meaning also video, animations or games. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves as the plugin will still be limited by performance and some flash sites still won’t be able to show all the content on mobile devices.
The only device currently able to get this first stable version of Abobe Flash is the Nexus One but, as you would expect after the issues between Adobe and Apple, all devices running the Android 2.2 Froyo will eventually get their hands on this final version. The actual name of the first stable version of Flash is 10.1.92.8 and it will be available for download directly from the Market. Only one question still comes in mind: how and when will the Evo and Droid 2 owners be able to update to the final build since the devices come with Flash preinstalled but I’m sure we will find out soon enough.