Adobe Flash 10.3 Now on Android Market

Adobe has just released Flash Player 10.3, and it is available in the Android Market. This now bumps Flash up to version Flash 10.3 is available for Android 2.2 Froyo, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and Android 3.01 Honeycomb devices, and it also supports Android 3.1. The release comes with several new features, and some important bug fixes. Continue after the cut for more details.

Looking over the changelog, this release contains updates for a few things, such as enhanced browser integration for Android 3.1 and hardware acceleration. In the Android Market, Adobe recommends that Honeycomb users upgrade to Android 3.1 first to take advantage of all the new features.

In the release notes, Adobe mentions enabling NEON optimizations for OMAP 4 processors, a corrected issue on the Galaxy S where some videos at resolutions of 720p and below were not displayed, and some fixed issues with browser plugins for Honeycomb. There are also some fixes for the EVO S, and a fix for an issue that caused video frames to stop rendering on longer streaming videos (over an hour). So it looks like some good stuff in there.

Anyone upgraded yet? Encounter any issues?

You can see the full release notes here. And the Android Market page here.

[via Adobe]