What's new in this version:
Media measurement (new in desktop only):
- Measure video more easily. Media Measurement for Adobe Flash allows companies to get real-time, aggregated reporting of how their video content is distributed, what the audience reach is, and how much video is played. With Adobe Flash Player 10.3 and Adobe SiteCatalyst, powered by Omniture, developers can implement video analytics for websites with as little as two lines of code. Analytics solution providers can use a set of new open APIs to easily implement consistent video analytics regardless of implementation or delivery protocol.
Acoustic echo cancellation (new in desktop only):
- Create real-time online collaboration experiences with high-quality audio, such as telephony, in-game voice chat, and group conferencing applications for desktop PCs. Developers can take advantage of acoustic echo cancellation, noise suppression, voice activity detection, and automatic compensation for various microphone input levels. End users will be able to experience higher quality audio, facilitating smoother conversation flow, without using a headset.
Support for mobile platforms:
- Enable content to reach users across a range of mobile devices, including netbooks, tablets, and smartphones virtually anywhere. Targeted mobile operating systems for Flash Player include Android, BlackBerry TabletOS, and HP webOS.* A porting kit and Linux based reference implementation is available to Open Screen Project partners to port Flash Player to other platforms.
Simplified local storage management (new in desktop only):
- Get more control over user privacy with a simpler way to clear local storage from the browser settings interface — similar to how users clear their browser cookies today. It integrates control of local storage with the browser's privacy settings in Mozilla Firefox 4, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and later, Google Chrome 11 (available in Dev Channel), and a future release of Apple Safari.
Local settings manager (new in desktop only):
- Manage Flash Player privacy, security, and storage settings more easily with streamlined controls. Users can access the Flash Player Settings Manager directly from the Control Panel or System Preferences on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers.
Auto-update notification for Mac OS (new in desktop only):
- Stay current more easily with new features and capabilities thanks to support for automatic notification of software updates on Mac OS.