By Brandon Miniman | May 11, 2010 9:58 AM
The next version of Android, Froyo (2.2), will have better support for Flash. Currently you can access Flash content on most newer Android devices, but the support is limited: you often can’t interact with Flash elements, and the performance isn’t great. As we can see in this video taken by a member of the Adobe team, the combination of Android 2.2 with Flash 10.1 makes for a fansastic Flash experience on mobile, better than we’ve ever seen before. To interact with a Flash element, and not the browser itself, the user taps on the Flash content and gets an orange box, indicating that any further screen taps will be directed within Flash.