Adobe AIR was released to developers back in May, and since then we have seen a few pretty darn cool examples of just what it can do. AIR allows for cross platform communication between devices, which can create some compelling applications such as a multiplayer version of Asteroids where your phone becomes the controller and a computer outputs all the action onto a much bigger screen than your handset.
If you want to get a taste of an early build of the AIR application, Droid-Life got a hold of the file that can be installed onto Android 2.1 and 2.2 devices. Get the download below and install as you would any other third party app. This is by no means a final release, so it isn’t guaranteed to work 100 percent, but it should give you an idea of what to expect once it AIR is released officially.
Adobe AIR available for Android unofficially. Official release soon.
Posted by Alberto Conti at 17:49