Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Ported to MeeGo and Android by Movial

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on AndroidThe company that inspired the rich and intuitive Internet experiences, Movial, announced that they have enabled the certification services for the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on “systems on chip” and mobile platforms for the MeeGo and Android.

Movial also announced that it is currently working with five of the major chip and mobile platform vendors in the industry in order to integrate and certify the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on a wide range of mobile environments like smartphones and tablets.

“Flash Player 10.1 empowers compelling and complete Web user experiences across the widest range of mobile devices,” said Wade Vesey, CEO of Movial North America. “Movial is proud to have been selected by five of the industry’s leading chip and mobile platform vendors, as well as a number of device manufacturers that use these platforms, to integrate, test, optimize and certify Flash Player 10.1 across MeeGo and Android on their respective chipsets and device platforms.”

“Global chip and mobile platform vendors have come to rely on Movial’s Systems Integration Services,” said Anthony Haag, director of business development, Open Screen Project at Adobe. “Flash Player 10.1 sets the groundwork for innovation and having a scaling partner like Movial means that chip and mobile platform vendors have a reliable, expert team at hand to support their optimization and hardware acceleration needs to bring the performance and new features of Flash Player 10.1 to market as quickly as possible.”

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