Adobe has finally decided to stop making
software tools that allow
Apple's iPhone and iPad to use
its popular Flash technology.
The decision is in contrast to an earlier
statement in which it said it would help
get Flash working on the gadgets.
Flash is the most widely used media presentation application used on the
web and many sites use it to power
animations, media players and Videos
and yet, Apple devices don't use the technology.
Apple has widely criticised Flash, but funny enough, even according to Mike Chambers of Adobe and other critics of Apple's decisions, Apple ain't the only game in town. So, Apple can stick their heads in lime and abandon Flash while other platforms continue supporting the application