The Adobe-Apple feud seemed to be winding down now for a while now and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen was on hand to discuss why at the D9 conference. For those of you hoping for a mature low-key resolution, well, that’s exactly what happened. For those of you hoping for a resolution involving Flash on Apple’s devices, that still isn’t happening and Adobe for its part still maintains the real reason behind Apple’s decision is of course protecting the App Store against Flash interlopers.
During the same interview, the Adobe CEO was also ambushed with a question about Flash performance on Android, or lack thereof. That didn’t go over as well, but he managed to deflect it with some waffling and some nonsense about RIM’s Playbook. Not particularly encouraging, but at least Android has Flash.
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