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Discussion in 'Mobile Devices' started by OUTL4W, Dec 2, 2011.
That doesn't seem like a good decision.
Apple dealt a big blow to Adobe when it decided not to support Flash on the iPhone/iPad.
Besides, a lot of Flash apps are CPU-heavy and bog down your phone. HTML5 is bound to replace Flash eventually, this is just accelerating the process. Adobe sees the end is in sight and is diverting its resources elsewhere.
Not a fan of it either but it does make logical sense. Apple has pushed many sites into developing HTML5 alternatives to their flash content and is accessible to mobile platforms. Also flash performance on a mobile device, particularly on a small screen, is still not to the desktop-level that we've come to anticipate from the advancements in technology. Sure flash plays well on mobile now but how many times do you find yourself using it? I for one disable flash, primarily to reduce the load on my phone when loading up webpages.
The only useful application of flash is on tablets and desktops, other than that the experience is poor on other devices
I need flash since porn sites want you to pay for the mobile version.
[Censored] <-- Come on no explicit links
What? Why? As long as it's declared NSFW what's the problem? Are we running a children's forum here?
Explicitly linking to pornographic sites without proper warning (implied but not tagged) is unacceptable in my book. We do have underage users and do not allow such links
Oopsy...sorry bout that.....