Adobe has released the Flash Player version 10.3 for Android based devices. With speed and reliability being the keyword for Android now-a-days, the new update of the Flash player focuses on adding more speedy operations while managing and fixing the bugs.
The new Adobe 10.3 or 10.3.185.21 version, according to the company, is a general availability release which means that while all the other devices will have its Beta version, Android 2.2 and above devices will enjoy its full functionality.
The new release enables ARM Neon optimisation for devices running ARM system on chip with the Arm cortex 9 processors. ARM Neon technology accelerates multimedia and signal processing algorithms such as video encode/decode, 2D/3D graphics, gaming, audio and speech processing, image processing, telephony, and sound synthesis.
All in all, the new release will help benefit the newer devices and especially the upcoming 3D devices.
With this release, the video rendering and streaming issues with Samsung Galaxy S, HTC EVO and other Android honeycomb devices have been majorly answered. However, there are still some issues identified with some devices, such as the Nexus, HTC Galaxy and Galaxy HD, for which Adobe will come out with yet another update of this release.
Users for Android devices can upgrade the Flash player directly from the Android marketplace.