Earlier this morning, we talked about Chrome for Android Beta hitting devices that run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – bringing a delectable desktop browsing experience onto your tablet or smartphone device. Well, one of the major components of websites today require the Flash plug-in to run, although the use of Flash has cut a divide down the middle for some. We know that Adobe has given up on mobile Flash last year, and it seems that the company too, will not release Flash for Chrome for Android Beta.
Not only that, Adobe also stated that they do not intend to work with Google in order to introduce Flash support to the newly released mobile browser. This does not mean you cannot enjoy Flash based websites or widgets when browsing on your mobile device, as Adobe will continue supporting Flash in the current default Android browser. Google might eventually make the move to replace the default Android browser with Chrome for Android down the road, but until then, enjoy your Flash experience!
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