Archive for May, 2010

Now available: Adobe Reader for Android

Adobe Reader for Android is now available in the Android Market, helping users more accurately and reliably view PDF files on Android Smartphones…

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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 beta for Android 2.2 (Froyo) now available

The Adobe Flash Player 10.1 beta for Android 2.2 is now available for download on Android Market for the Google Nexus One and other devices running Android 2.2. Flash Player 10.1 beta for Android enables your device to access the full web – which includes your favorite videos, games, interactive media and web applications…

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Adobe AIR for Android Prerelease

Now available as a prerelease, Adobe AIR lets you publish ActionScript 3 projects to run as native applications (.apk) for the Android OS. These AIR applications can be delivered to Android devices through Android application stores such as the Android Market…

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Adobe releases LiveCycle Content Services Mobile for iPhone

Today we released Adobe LiveCycle Content Services Mobile
for iPhone.  It is available now
for free on the Apple AppStore, and will run on your iPhone 3G or 3GS.

Content Services Mobile


Content Services Mobile will connect to LiveCycle Content
Services and Microsoft Sharepoint 2010, and will most likely connect to most
WebDAV servers, though we haven’t tested others..  Feel free to download it and play around!


We designed this client to enable a typical use case: an
employee on the road without easy access to a laptop with wireless access.  The employee discovers that she needs
access to a document (product collateral, pricing information, white papers,
etc.) immediately.  Perhaps she is
with a client who has requested some collateral or documentation.  With LiveCycle Content Services Mobile,
she can simply launch the application, browse to the file and either open it
right there on the iPhone’s screen, or forward it on to herself or her customer
via email.  The application will
display any content that the iPhone is capable of displaying, including H.264

For more
information on the app, please visit