Android 4.0 now Adobe Flash enabled; Galaxy Nexus getting better and better

With Adobe announcing that it will no longer work on adapting Flash to Android devices, we sure were left wondering what the fate of upcoming devices running Android 4.0 will be.  Adobe later announced that it will bring out an update for the new OS, with many collective sighs of relief heard across the globe.

The company promised and it’s now delivering, as the update to get Flash up and running on the Galaxy Nexus (which is pretty much the only device running Android 4.0 officially currently).  Users can now search the Market and install Flash Player 11.1 to open up their mobile web world to on-page videos, Flash presentations and of course, annoying ads.

As for the Galaxy Nexus, the device seems to just better with everyday that it has been out and we can only imagine what other gifts this lucky device will be showered with in the future.

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3 responses to “Android 4.0 now Adobe Flash enabled; Galaxy Nexus getting better and better”

  1. David Cogen says:

    Downloaded! Finally! I had to wait so long for this 🙂

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