TuneVision is using Flash Player 10.1 to bring its music video jukebox to Nexus One

Created by SonicSwap.com, TuneVision is a new music video site that builds personalized music video playlists of your favorite artists using Flash Player in your browser. And now, there’s a mobile version on the way for the Google Nexus One, which supports Adobe Flash Player 10.1.

In a recent posting by Janko Roettgers at NewTeeVee, he has a video (embedded below) of SonicSwap CEO Dan Skilken demoing a sneak peak of the app optimized for Flash Player 10.1 on the Android-powered Nexus One.

He also included this quote from Skilken: “There is no question in my mind that the performance of Flash on Nexus is so good, that Steve Job’s ranting is motivated by the fear of this unlocking the walled garden.”

There’s an AIR version on the way in the next couple of months so watch some tunes and stay tuned.

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  1. In a recent posting by Janko Roettgers at NewTeeVee, he has a video (embedded below) of SonicSwap CEO Dan Skilken demoing a sneak peak of the app optimized for Flash Player 10.1 on the Android-powered Nexus One. credit score

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