egzthunder1 · Oct 9, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Adobe AIR Available for Android

If you area a fan of internet apps and games, then you will certainly love this (and quite possibly have been expecting it too if you are a dev). XDA member Neo3D points us to a little something that he found in Androlib. Apparently, Adobe finally released the much anticipated Adobe AIR runtime for Android. What this will do for you is basically allow you to use many internet apps and games that you normally would only be able to use in your computer.

This is a good day for Android developers as their “sandbox” has just been upgraded for them to play a bit more. you can go into the Adobe website to download this. Also, the download is available from the market.

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