Adobe says no Flash Player for Android 4.1, plans to withdraw app on Aug. 15
"We announced last November that we are focusing our work with Flash on PC browsing and mobile apps packaged with Adobe AIR, and will be discontinuing our development of the Flash Player for mobile browsers. This post provides an update on what this means for ongoing access to the Flash Player browser plugin for Android in the Google Play Store." (says officially adobe.com website)
But is this such a big deal?
Off course not! Technology is evolving, not everyone can keep up. I tell you, we'll never know the real reason things happens until we "see it with our own eyes". My opinion is that, there is one guy, that will be smart enough to make an unofficial flash version for mobile. But will we need for this in future? No! HTML5 is one of the reasons. Any way if someone will make a non official version for flash, there will be a lot of people who don't know that, and will buy it for sure.
"So it seems the era of Flash on Android has come to an end.
What was once touted as a key selling point for Android devices is now being killed by its own maker. It doesn't help that Google too wants to distance itself from this archaic technology, as seen by the lack of Flash support in Chrome for Android even under Android 4.0.
It goes without saying that Apple has been instrumental in bringing this change. Sooner or later everyone was going to realize that the emperor was wearing no clothes. It's just that Apple was the first to point this out. Hopefully, the web developers will now finally wake up and adopt more modern technologies such as HTML5 for creating web content." (says GSMarena)