Adobe Flash Player 10.3 Enters Beta, on Mobile Soon

Adobe is launching the beta of their Flash Player 10.3 for PC/Mac/Linux, and promise that a mobile beta will be available soon. If you’re like me, your first thought is “10.3 beta available soon? I still haven’t seen 10.2!” And you’re not alone — they haven’t officially released 10.2 yet, but are likely to do so SLIGHTLY before the 10.3 beta hits. Current desktop beta is aimed at developers, and brings the following features to the table:

  • Media Measurement
  • Acoustic Echo Cancellation
  • Integration with browser privacy control for local storage
  • Native Control Panel
  • Auto-Update Notification for Mac OS

Developers or adventurous, tech-savvy users are welcome to hit the desktop beta now, but as for those of us in the Android world, we’ll have to wait just a bit longer to see the beta hit our phones. ¬†Full details and download available at Adobe’s site.

[via Adobe, by way of Engadget]

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamie-Spiby/100001463511287 Jamie Spiby

    I’ve got 10.2 on my laptop but still only 10.1 on my Android phone :’(

  • http://www.facebook.com/asbahri Ahmad Saiful Bahri

    I got 10.2 on my phone :-)

  • MaxLaw843

    Hope that they allow it to move to the SD on my Nexus One! The Flash Player is what, about 13 MB?