I personally have never been a fan of Flash, which is why I own an iPhone 4. Steve Jobs, the creator of Apple, didn’t want flash associated with his products. Perhaps he was onto something.  It was announced yesterday Adobe would halt production of Flash on all mobile devices like the Android and supposedly, Research in Motion's PlayBook, along with a few others. Flash used to be looked upon as a competitive advantage for  Android developers over the iPhone and iPad.  This must be a huge blow for them. No exact reason was stated for halting production, however in an article from Fox News, it states Flash was usually slow on certain devices. Adobe also announced they would be cutting 750 jobs and resorting their priorities. Sounds like a bad day for Adobe users and employees. Share your thoughts with us. Are you and Android user? How do you like Adobe Flash?

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