The following video demos highlight various aspects of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2 software on mobile and desktop platforms, and feature Adobe Flash Platform team members demoing websites and applications on devices from Open Screen Project partners and other providers.

In-browser content (Flash Player 10.1)

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 enables uncompromised web browsing of expressive applications, content, and video across devices. With support for a broad range of mobile devices—including smartphones, netbooks, and other Internet-connected devices—Flash Player 10.1 allows your content to reach your customers wherever they are.


Out-of-browser content (AIR 2)

Adobe AIR 2 extends the mobile capabilities of Flash Player 10.1 by delivering rich applications outside the browser and across multiple operating systems. AIR supports online and offline use cases, multi-touch, gestures, screen orientation, and new support for geo-location (GPS).


Ryan Stewart demonstrates web browsing on the HTC Evo with Flash Player 10.1, showing how Evo users can now enjoy the full web experience with videos, games and other rich content. (2:58)
James Ward demos rich, interactive web content on the new DROID X by Motorola running Flash Player 10.1, allowing mobile users to enjoy videos, games and other immersive web content on their DROID X smartphones. (3:06)
Ben Forta shows off Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, an Android 2.2 tablet device that delivers a desktop-like web browsing experience. (3:02)
Ted Patrick uses Flash Builder to develop and deploy an Adobe AIR application to his Android-powered smartphone. (3:07)
Ted Patrick uses Flash Professional CS5 to develop and deploy an Adobe AIR application to Android-powered devices. (3:18)
Kevin Hoyt demos various Adobe AIR apps—Tweetbox, South Park, Acrobat Connect Pro—using the Motorola Droid (3:30)


Learn more about Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 and the technologies discussed in these videos: