Android 2.2 Froyo Release Date Still a Mystery, to Include Full Support for Adobe Flash

April 28, 2010, By Atul Roach

Cupertino might have ignored the Adobe Flash player in any form whatsoever for its iPad but Google will continue to be loyal towards the highly popular multimedia platform. Google has confirmed that it will include full support for Adobe Flash in the next Android version (2.2) which will be dubbed the Froyo.

This confirmation from Andy Rubin, VP of Engineering at Google, has finally laid to rest all rumors which denied the incorporation of Adobe Flash in the next version of the open source platform. Adobe Flash running on Android was first demonstrated on the T-Mobile G1 in 2008 and ever since, the Android freaks have desperately waited for the platform to arrive on Android.

Other than offering support for Adobe Flash, a leaked set of documents sometime back also confirmed that Froyo will bring the much awaited automatic application updates for Android users.

It feels great to know that the next Android version will be an exciting proposition for gadgets freaks with all these favorable changes but the big question is, when is Android 2.2 Froyo eventually arriving.

If you have a clue regarding the release date, please feel free to drop us a hint in the comments section below.

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