After a week later of, Steve Jobs criticism over Flash. Now Adobe has decided to move away from Apple.
Adobe has posted a short response to the letter Apple boss Steve Jobs has written about Flash technology.In it, Adobe said the legal terms Apple imposed on software developers had led it to shift its focus away from Apple.
In a blog post, Kevin Lynch, Adobe's chief technology officer, wrote: "We feel confident that were Apple and Adobe to work together as we are with a number of other partners, we could provide a terrific experience with Flash on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch." Currently, none of these products can run the Flash technology which is used on many websites to power media players, games and other animations.
According to BBC World, Mr Lynch said, Adobe has decided to shift its focus to get Flash working well on gadgets made by Google, RIM, Palm, Microsoft, Nokia and others. He added, Adobe expected to release Flash Player 10.1 on Google's Android operating system in May and then for it to be on general release in June.
Now, Adobe will give focus on Google's Android operating system. Its likely that, Google and Adobe are making strong bond together. Adobe might become the factor of failing of iPad and iPhone in future. And moreover CEO Steve Jobs has been criticized on his thoughts over Adobe Flash. And its sure that, Apple will be fail in future in some extent.