I wrote several days ago about Adobe's CEO announcing an expected release time of Flash for Android devices later this year. It seems that you can now sign up for the beta of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.0 for Android. Now all you need to do is make sure you have a phone that can run it.
A comment in my previous story, as well as a blog entry from TheFlashBlog announced the opening of the sign-ups. Adobe will tell you when the beta is ready. No information on when we can expect the beta to start though. Those of you with phones powerful enough to run it and interested in it: keep your eyes open and check back here for news.
Here is a quote taken from TheFlashBlog blog post about the release:
We just started the private betas and we are really looking forward to getting these technologies into your hands as soon as possible. There are going to be so many interesting things that you will be able to do on Android and there are also going to be many new skills that you will need to learn, especially if you are new to mobile design.
Image from Adobe
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