In early November, Adobe decided that, despite its efforts, Flash just wasn’t working out on smartphones. It had given things the old college try, but complaints about performance and competition from other standards ultimately doomed Flash. According to Adobe, the only support we’d continue to see would be in the form of updates addressing security issues and fixing bugs. That sounded fine until people realized that Flash wasn’t going to work on Ice Cream Sandwich. Luckily for us, Adobe decided not to let Flash fade from our memories along with Gingerbread, and got [...]
This time, we take a dive into the software element of the LG Nitro HD. For the most part, we’ve all become accustomed to see a manufacturer-customized skin on any non-Nexus devices. Of course, the LG Nitro HD is no exception.
LG’s user interface maintains a resemblance to Samsung’s TouchWiz 3.0. This gives the icon a very “iOS” appearance. Some users may like this look and other may not. LG has added a set of quick actions to the pull-down notification bar. This gives users the ability to quickly enable or disable silent mode, Wi-Fi, [...]
Just a few days ago, Adobe cranked-out an update to Flash Player for Android, bringing the app up to version 188.8.131.52. Ever since Adobe decided to back-off from efforts to deliver the Flash experience to smartphones, we’ve been paying close attention to just what releases warrant continued app updates. 184.108.40.206 mainly dealt with stability improvements and bugfixes, but we’ve also been on the lookout for the promised update that would make Flash Player compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich. Just in time for the US release of the Galaxy Nexus, today Adobe released a Flash [...]