Adobe AIR Support on BlackBerry Announced at MWC

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Adobe have announced Adobe AIR is now ready to support mobile platforms such as BlackBerry. AIR leverages specific features of Flash Player 10.1, and is optimized for mobile screens. Also part of the announcement is that Adobe Flash 10.1 was made available to content providers and mobile developers worldwide, with general availability expected in the first half of 2010.

AIR supports all the necessary features for developers to make great applications. AIR includes specific functionality for features such as multitouch, gesture inputs, accelerometer, geolocation and screen orientation. Adobe hopes this will allow developers to create a single app using AIR which will be able to run on multiple platforms. While the announcement has some large implications for mobile and BlackBerry, we may not see the first apps until later this year.

  • http://ninjasteeze.wordpress.com/ Andrew Rowley

    Great news. Cant wait to see some really good cross-platform's come out.

  • http://ninjasteeze.wordpress.com/ Andrew Rowley

    Great news. Cant wait to see some really good cross-platform's come out.

  • http://www.axvoice.com/ VoIP Phone

    I hop we will see high quality Flash based games for Android soon. If you are unfamiliar with Adobe AIR it is used to create Flash game for desktops.

  • http://www.axvoice.com/ VoIP Phone

    I hop we will see high quality Flash based games for Android soon. If you are unfamiliar with Adobe AIR it is used to create Flash game for desktops.

  • http://twitter.com/AhmedEltawil Ahmed Eltawil

    Awesome! As far as I know, this is the first of its kind. I never heard that Adobe Air worked on any other platform like Android, Windows Mobile or iPhone.

  • http://twitter.com/AhmedEltawil Ahmed Eltawil

    Awesome! As far as I know, this is the first of its kind. I never heard that Adobe Air worked on any other platform like Android, Windows Mobile or iPhone.

  • http://www.axvoice.com/ VoIP Phone

    I hop we will see high quality Flash based games for Android soon. If you are unfamiliar with Adobe AIR it is used to create Flash game for desktops.

  • http://twitter.com/AhmedEltawil Ahmed Eltawil

    Awesome! As far as I know, this is the first of its kind. I never heard that Adobe Air worked on any other platform like Android, Windows Mobile or iPhone.