Motorola is working closely with Adobe to bring Adobe Flash Player 10.1 to its smartphones, it has been revealed.
"Consumers demand that the same high-quality Web experience they know from the desktop port easily to their mobile experience as well," said Sanjay Jha co-chief executive officer of Motorola and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobile Devices.
He added that by bringing "rich Flash content" to smartphones consumers mobile web experience will be revolutionised and "more vivid and interactive than ever before".
David Wadhwani, vice-president and general manager, Platform Business at Adobe said that vitrually all Flash content on the web will be brought to the handsets making use of the technology.
Motorola has announced that the full Flash player will be used across the Android product portfolio.
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Posted by Paul Whalley