Flash Player 10.1, Now with Multi Touch Support

By | November 17, 2009 | 3 Comments


Flash Player 10.1, Now with Multi Touch SupportYesterday, Adobe has unveiled the next release version of their Flash Player software: 10.1 Beta.

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 not only includes various bug fixes and enchantments, but also a bunch of new features:

Flash Player 10.1 is the first runtime release of the Open Screen Project that enables uncompromised Web browsing of expressive applications, content and video across devices.

Support for new platforms
Flash Player 10.1 will be available for a broad range of mobile devices, including smartphones, netbooks and other Internet-connected devices.

Designed for mobility
This work includes performance improvements, such as rendering, scripting, memory, start-up time, battery and CPU optimizations, in addition to hardware acceleration of graphics and video. Improvements in memory utilization and management, start-up time, CPU usage, and rendering/scripting performance benefit PCs as well as mobile devices.

Also
Mobile text input
Multi-touch and gestures
Accelerometer input
Screen orientation (mobile only)
Optimized SWF management for mobile (mobile only)
Sleep mode (mobile only)
Graphics hardware acceleration (mobile only)
H.264 video hardware decoding
Adaptive frame rate (mobile only)

See release notes for more details.

Download Flash Palyer 10.1 Beta.

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  • arnoldlawrence

    The upgraded features look interesting surely an elevation from the previous one…

  • nobody

    it seems that recent silverlight development made adobe work harder than usual (not at all few years ago)

    HD video decoding is one of such things, i hope that ms will raise a bar even more, it is always good to have a competition, and silverlight is currently better than flash in technical aspects. unfortunatelly, not widespread enough

  • http://my.opera.com/DanielHendrycks/ Daniel Hendrycks

    Nice to see they are working hard to keep on developer’s sites.