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The latest version of Adobe Flash Player for Android comes with a plethora of the latest features that enable users to view flash content on different platforms.
The latest release is the Adobe Flash player 10.3 and it can only be installed on version 2.2 of Android or a later version.
Superior and enhanced features for Android 5.0 Lollipop users
The latest version of the Flash Player will include numerous features that are superior and more enhanced in order for the users of the latest Android version to be treated to the best experience when viewing flash content on all the Android-based smartphones. Some of the top features included in the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player include:
Easy activation of Fullscreen mode
Most Android devices come with a very small screen size and as such, viewing content in fullscreen mode will help enhance the experience of the user when viewing flash content as well as when playing games.
The latest version of the Adobe Flash Player comes with a whole new feature that lets users view the flash content by simply tapping on the content once. Long-tapping will toggle the full-screen mode. These are some impressive enhancements that will for sure make working with the latest flash player on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop feel very superior. You can likewise revert to the previous mode by long-tapping on the fullscreen.
The latest version of the Adobe Flash Player will come with a sleep mode feature for the Android users where the device automatically slows down once your smartphone switches the screen saver on. In this way, the CPU usage as well as battery life is managed effectively on your device. Whenever a wake-up event is initiated, the timer on the flash player reverts back to the default setting.
The Adobe Flash Player’s latest version ensures flawless streaming of videos, as the application stops other running applications when viewing flash content. This also reduces the battery usage. The Flash Player will also let you take your calls without fault, as it automatically pauses when a call comes in.
SWF focus mode
The latest version of the Flash Player from Adobe comes with a new SWF focus mode feature that enables touch and gesture for mobile users. However, you’ll have to first tap over the embedded SWF content and then proceed with setting the ‘focus’ and then drag the other files in question to Flash. Users can use this feature to interact with Flash content in a custom way as well as zoom the page as they’d wish.