Flash Player 10.1 on Samsung Galaxy Tab

At a big launch event in NYC, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab to the U.S. market today. With support for Flash Player 10.1, the tablet allows users to experience thousands of sites with rich Flash based applications and content including games, animations, visualizations, ecommerce, video, music and more. Watching tech news on CNET.com, playing games on Kongregate, checking the interactive finance chart of your stocks on Google Finance or listen to BBC news, it’s easy and seamless on the Galaxy Tab. The device is one of the first Android based tablets that will ship with full Flash support. Have a look at a brief demo video with one of our evangelists:

We are seeing many more tablets and smartphones going through our certification progress, so stay tuned for more great things to be unveiled over the next weeks and months including more developer news at MAX, our worldwide developer conference, on Oct 25. Exciting times!

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  1. Pingback: Samsung Galaxy Tab & Flash Player 10.1 (Adobe Featured Blogs)

  2. well if it doesn’t work any better than it does on the nexus one it won’t much matter. Flash video remains unwatchably buggy in android. Video player buttons almost never function, and often can not even be accessed. And it has gotten worse over time. DivXden and WiseVid used to be usable on the nexus but have become useless. Megavideo remains (barely) functional but used to be much better.

    Whatever you idiots are doing you’re making it worse not better.

  3. @ Numbduck
    I think you can get the new flash player with the update Froyo, 2.2.

    It’s so much better with flash player on the tablet and galaxy s