Adobe Systems has updated the list of Android-based mobile phones that will support the mobile version of its Flash software.
According to tech news site Softpedia the software company has announced a new list of mobile phones that will include Flash 10.1, saying that the software will run on all Android 2.2 powered smartphones.
“Flash Player 10.1 for mobile currently requires Android 2.2 to be installed on your phone. The upgrade path for your phone will depend on the specific device, manufacturer, operator, and region,” Adobe announced.
Smartphones, including Google's Nexus One and Motorola's Droid, already come with built-in support for Flash 10.1. Users only have to log-in to the Android Market to update to the software.
HTC's Evo 4G and Desire can also use the feature as soon as HTC launches the Froyo update for the handsets.
The list also suggests that Motorola's Droid X will be able to support Flash 10.1 after it receives the Android 2.2 update, and that Motorola's Droid 2 can already use the software.