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No more Adobe Flash-Player for Android >=4.1.
Tho I like that decision, it might suck for some people that visit websites which use alot of Flash.
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No more Adobe Flash-Player for Android >=4.1.
Tho I like that decision, it might suck for some people that visit websites which use alot of Flash.
Not a problem for me, but yeah, some will not like that too much....

I guess it's pretty stupid to make it incompatible. Why cannot they just leave it put by default and let it work with other browsers of the user chooses to download it from Play?

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Chrome as a default browser is GREAT.

They'll definitely put a lot of effort to it and make it even better with shorter release cycles and so forth.

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[...] I guess it's pretty stupid to make it incompatible. Why cannot they just leave it put by default and let it work with other browsers of the user chooses to download it from Play?
My guess is, that Google will implement Flash into Chrome, maybe even as a system-app.
Google said that they'll support and keep developing Flash for Chrome(Linux-Version)
 
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No more Adobe Flash-Player for Android >=4.1.
Tho I like that decision, it might suck for some people that visit websites which use alot of Flash.
is that really gonna to happen? so what will happen when we visit sites that have flash (which many do)?

sounds like android wants to become IOS?
 
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Based on the little material I have read
4.1 Change log
.chrome as default
.adobe flash removed
.Smoother ui (butter)
.secure face unlock
.scrollable notifications
.disable notifications feature.
.google voice search/now (Replace search button)siri
.improved home screen customization
.google play content update.
.NFC update.

Correct me if I'm wrong or missed something


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