Sure, Flash Lite has been available for a while now, but most Windows Mobile owners will just want Flash to work while browsing. The full player – Flash Player 10 – got showed off at the Adobe Max conference. CTO Kevin Lynch showed a Windows Mobile handset playing a YouTube video in the native YouTube Flash player. Lynch stated..
“You can package your application built with Flash and deploy it to smartphones like Windows Mobile and Symbian, and we hope to get to Android as well,” Lynch said. “If you don’t already have Flash Lite, it will detect that and install it on your mobile phone over the air.”
Link – cnet.com
Credit – Richard Collier