Techcrunch is reporting that the latest version of Android, 2.2 Froyo (which allegedly boasts a 450 percent performance improvement, as well as smooth Flash playback without destroying a device’s battery life) , will guide you to visit a selection of Flash-enabled websites as a showcase of Adobe Flash’s capabilities on a smartphone platform that actually tries to accommodate.
Apple’s iPhone family has never supported Flash sites, but this debate was rekindled and elevated once the obviously more powerful iPad skipped out on Flash support as well. Even with iPhone OS 4.0 comes out later this year, Flash support will be nowhere near.
All reports now are suggesting that Flash 10.1 support will be native in Android 2.2, but that’s not all. Google will apparently be going out of their way to showcase Flash-enabled Web sites as soon as users upgrade.