Adobe AIR 2 and Flash Player 10.1 for Windows, Mac, Linux – Here!

Now available! Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2 for Windows, Mac and Linux – both significant enhancements to the Adobe Flash Platform.

A major update since its original release two years ago, AIR 2 improves overall performance, HTML support and includes new APIs for developers. A broad range of AIR 2 applications are expected soon, ranging from publicly available apps like the updated Avatar (movie) application from 20th Century Fox, to enterprise apps such as Intuit Spheres, a messaging and file sharing application. Read more about AIR 2 on the AIR Team blog.

Flash Player 10.1 has improved performance, power management and video features; new multi-touch and private browsing capabilities; and provides a better Flash Player experience for Mac users. Read more about Flash Player 10.1 on the Flash Player Team blog.

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Comments

  1. Carl Morten

    Congratulations on todays releases.

    Creaza have developed a test bench to try out your new Flash Player 10.1.

    Creaza MovieEditor is a full-featured timeline-based video editor, similar to traditional desktop-based video editing tools. There’s just one big difference: MovieEditor is web-based and uses Flash Player 10.1.

    It is available for all end users.

    http://www.creaza.com/movieeditor

    Best regards

    Carl Morten

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