is html5 ready yet?
http://ishtml5readyyet.com/I've just been waiting and nothing seems to be happening?
I'll come back when it's ready. Now where's my android tablet...
Just tried a few out on the BBC news page. Working just fine for me, both embedded in the page and optionally full screen.must suck having to use the 'watered down' version of the internet
all the videos on the BBC are working just fine here. are they for you?
Other than a few videos (that usually can be accessed from the website's app or are found on YouTube), there's no point in Flash. Even Adobe themselves said Flash is dead on mobile devices.seems to run brilliantly on my 2 droid machines. literally no problems whatsoever
If by watered-down you mean "not having to see pages flooded with Flash ads" then, yeah, that DOES suck!must suck having to use the 'watered down' version of the internet.
They work absolutely fine for me, wether I use the app OR the web browser.all the videos on the BBC are working just fine here. are they for you?
ever seen flash run on the SGS2? runs with no problems.Thats a lie. Flash runs like crap on desktops. Its so bad on mobile devices they are going to stop supporting it.
Choice mate. I can turn it off if i likeHey OP how's that battery life treatin' ya?
unfortunately i do not have a magical, "resolutionary (LOOOL)" phone/tablet. I mean it has unmagical features such as a microsd slot, standard SD slot, a charging keyboard dock, a USB 2.0 port, a superamoled screenFalse you do not have a magical phone. Your idea of no problems may be a little off in compared.
Yep. Have fun with that in the future though:ever seen flash run on the SGS2? runs with no problems.
So the developer of flash is trying to convince people not to use flash on mobiles and you don't care? Doesn't that tell you something about flash?dont care what adobe says
dont care what's in the future
I just want video content to work on my phone NOW and right NOW flash works well. Of course, my sgs2 renders HTML5 great too so what's the issue?
Carling cup final streamed from the BBC website was awesome by the way