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Friday, 03 June 2011 11:18

Android will give Apple a killing because of Flash

Written by Nick Farell
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Claims Adobe
Adobe said that Android will win the tablet wars because Apple's gear is not as Flash friendly. Steve Jobs famously refused to allow Apple fanboys to use Flash in his gizmos, claim they were responsible crashing his fruity toys.

But Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said the argument between Apple and his company over the lack of Adobe Flash on iOS is over. Narayen claimed the disagreement between the two companies hadn't ultimately been about the technology. "It's a business model issue, and it's about control of a platform," he said.

Now he is seeing Apple approve Adobe apps because it still thinks it has  control of the business model associated with them. The Adobe chief touted the fact that his company will have 130 million phone devices that run Flash by the end of the year. However Android, which supports Flash will eventually hit "an inflection point" with tablets and overtake the iPad, Narayen said.


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