Android 4.1 Jelly Bean,This Statement Adobe said on its official blog, they adding that it recommends uninstalling Flash Player on devices that are upgraded to Android 4.1.
Apple then said it might not support Flash on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, and for a minute Flash support was seen as a competitive advantage for Android.
As it turned out, Jobs was right regarding Flash. we have a tendency to knew that in November 2011, when Adobe said it might stop development of the mobile browser version of Flash, admitting that HTML5 is that the future for wealthy multimedia content on mobiles.
Now, it’s very the tip of the road for Flash on mobile devices, as Adobe can disable recent installs of Flash from the Google Play store when August 15.
It appears this is often the tip of the road for Flash on mobile devices. But Adobe tried their best to bring Flash to the mobile world, to each Android and iOS, however we have a tendency to all understand what Steve Jobs thought of Flash, in order that was never about to become a reality. Adobe Flash Player, even today, has poor performance on mobile devices, unless you own a minimum of a twin core smartphone. With the globe moving on to h.264/HTML5 video, there's less and fewer reason for Adobe to still pour resources into developing Flash for mobile/Android.