The days of Adobe’s mobile Flash Player may be limited, but there’s still a bit of life in it yet. Apparently disappearing after it’s made compatible with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the popular mobile service is still kicking on, despite its imminent doom.
Adobe has just released Flash Player version 188.8.131.52, which repairs video streaming problems that have been encountered specifically on the market-leading Samsung Galaxy S II. There has also been 1080p support for quad-core devices powered by the Tegra 3 added (most of these handsets are yet to be released, but it’s nice to know they’ve been considered).
There’s still no Android 4.0 compatibility just yet, which is kind of good news. It means there’s still at least 1 more update left for Adober Flash Player on mobile devices, so it’s a little something to look forward to.
It also means we don’t have to say our farewells just yet to this super handy, if a little bit clunky, service.