Flash player for Android has received an update which makes it compatible with future OS updates. This confirms all the signs and rumors that Gingerbread, Android 2.3, could be in the hands of the public very soon. It’s good to see Adobe readying Flash before the release as this is only a good thing for users although we would love to see better performance on a broader set of Android devices now.
In case you’re unaware, Gingerbread is the name for the next major Android update which is rumored to have a new skin that should remove the need of third party customizations, provide more integrated music services (Google Music?), better performance and much more. According to sources, Gingerbread was to be unveiled on a Google branded handset manufactured by Samsung which has been delayed due to technical issues.
Stay tuned for more updates on Gingerbread!