We told you earlier this week, on Adobe’s push to rid development on mobile devices and televisions. But that in no way will stop RIM from continuing it flash support on the Blackberry Playbook, which does run flash, and does an excellent job at it, ahem Apple! RIM is focus on the future and a statement from All Things D yesterday, shows that Blackberrys will support flash in the future:
“As an Adobe source code licensee, we will continue to work on and release our own implementations. RIM remains committed to delivering an uncompromised Web browsing experience to our customers, including native support for Adobe Flash Player on our BlackBerry PlayBook tablet (similar to a desktop PC browser), as well as HTML5 support on both our BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook browsers. In fact, we are pleased that Adobe will focus more efforts on the opportunities that HTML5 presents for our developers, and shares our commitment to HTML5 as we discussed together at DevCon Americas.”
Not to mention, followed up shortly after the announcement to say that, RIM’s Commitment To Support A Full Web And App Experience Today And Tomorrow, means that the QNX nor the new BBX platform will not have any seen shortcomings and this is what we like to hear!