Today Adobe has announced the launch of is Air 2.5 software that will enable Flash-based applications and services for Google’s Android, RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook and Samsung ‘smart’ TVs.
Adobe is also working closely with Microsoft to launch Air onto the Windows Phone 7 platform very soon. Have a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
Adobe has also unveiled today its InMarket, a service to allow developers to upload apps to sell onto other providers’ stores. With InMarket looking after the deployment and billing of the software for the developer and provide them with an accounting break down of where their applications have sold.
While charging just a 30 percent admin fee. Although the service will be free for the first year if you sign up today. Adobe InMarket operates seamlessly in the background and allows end users to download applications directly from the storefront. For more information about visit Adobe InMarket.
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