Apple started the trend by blocking Flash from its iOS devices. The company then stopped developing its Flash player for Android and BlackBerry within a few months. Finally, Google's latest update to the Chrome browser does not support the most recent version of Flash.
Now, it appears that Internet Explorer for Windows 8 on ARM devices won't support Flash, either.
As Flash quickly disappears on mobiles, it begs the question as to how long the one-time online video standard will remain viable in desktop browsers.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 12 Feb 2012 20:44