With security and features updates:
- Full screen keyboard input for Flash Player
- Low latency audio support for streaming audio through NetStream
- Low latency audio support for Sound API
- Protected mode for Firefox (Windows Only)
- Texture streaming
- Background Updater for Mac
- Improved Apple MacOS App Store Support
If you use Google Chrome, you already ave the most recent version of Flash Player, if not, always go directly to Adobe’s site.
For those of you still using Leopard (10.5), Apple (really late) has released a Flashback Removal Tool. Also, they have released Leopard Security Update 2012-003, which disables versions of Adobe Flash Player that do not include the latest security updates and provides the option to get the current version from Adobe’s website.
He believes the growing use of mobile devices that don’t like Flash will encourage many developers “to pull away” from gratuitous overuse of Flash elements in general. The most important thing is to think in terms of which development tools will provide the best customer experience, not what best fits your comfort zone as a developer, experts agree.
Yes please, de-Flash. Not even Adobe is going to support Flash on Android anymore, and everyone is moving to mobile, primarily or not.
Users of Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris are advised to update to the new Adobe Flash Player 11.2 for their respective platforms. Users of Adobe Flash Player 220.127.116.11 for Android are advised to update to Flash Player 18.104.22.168.
It patches two critical vulnerabilities and adds silent updates (like Chrome). [Download Version 22.214.171.124]
Update to Flash Player
Adobe released Flash Player version 126.96.36.199. Download it from Adobe, be careful if a site tells you the plugin needs an update, always go directly to the source.
Hoy, después de mucha espera por los usuarios de Android, que tenían que recurrir a navegadores de internet alternativos ya que es casi un consenso que el navegador que trae Android no es el mejor, Google lanzó Chrome Beta. La versión móvil de su popular aplicación, no tiene soporte para Flash Player.