The last few days have been full of news, when it comes to how phones interact with the World Wide Web. Not only is Google hitting the both the iOS app store and the Android market, but Flash will be stopping the mobile support as well. What exactly does that mean for the Smartphone world?
A few years after Steve Jobs announced that not enough optimized Flash technology will be built in iOS either now or in the future, Adobe officially announced that they will stop developing the Flash platform as a whole. Adobe Flash will disappear from Google Play stores on August 15, in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Flash will not be supported. The future remains in HTML5 – both in tablet and smartphone … and soon for computers.
Other news from the last few days is the release of the Chrome browser for mobile devices. The browser was firstly released in the iOS app store, which made a huge hit on the Safari, as the Google and Apple’s mobile war is heating up.
Shortly after Google released Chrome browser for iOS, application has already won a single chart for the downloadable application, improving serious records. Just as happened with the desktop version, which is already the most used browser for PCs, mobile application is gaining immense popularity.
Google Chrome was immediately tested by many and the reviews show that it works very fast, very beautiful and is highly intuitive. If you log into your account, Chrome will even synchronize these pages open on your computer, which is a great addition for any browser, as you are able to browse the Internet, while walking home, and just as you enter the house, continue the process on your computer.
Besides the new Chrome, from Google Play you can download and Mozilla Firefox browser, the latest version – 14. The main aspects that the company set its application to the speed of work (maximum browser is optimized for fast loading), synchronization (you can view the history, passwords and your bookmarks from your PC), enhanced security and many supplements.
Soon we will even test all browsers for Android, it can show the users who are wondering exactly who to use, what is the best browser on the market. Candidates are – Chrome, Firefox, Browser, Dolphin, Opera …
The mobile world is continuing to grow, and just as the Internet is taking control of our lives, we are sure to receive many browser updates on every of the smartphone’s systems. The future is shaping as we speak, and we are the witnesses of a brighter tomorrow. A world where information is shared whenever and wherever you are with a few simple taps on the phone. Soon as the release of Google Glass is coming up in the beginning of the next year, you won’t even have to hold a phone in your hand to share the moments you are experiencing with those around you. What will happen in the next few years and how will the world change – we can only wait and see.