Android has always been known to be one of the few mobile operating systems to run Flash content, but that feature was initially missing from Ice Cream Sandwich. Many customers noticed this when they first got their Galaxy Nexus, but Adobe has finally updated their plug-in. Available via the Market, it should run on all the new Ice Cream Sandwich phones when they release.
This may end up being the last update Adobe gives, as they announced earlier in the year that they would be discontinuing mobile Flash. As the world migrates to HTML5, it’s probably one of the more wise decisions on Adobe’s part. It’s still sad to think that one of Android’s major browser advantages may soon fade away. Hit the Market source below to install the app, and let us know what you think in the comments.