One of the latest solutions brought into the wild from Adobe was the demo software called “FlashTime,” which was built on the upcoming Air 2.5, and which came to light as a peer-to-peer video chat client aimed at taking full advantage of the photo snapper included in one’s mobile phone. The solution was recently demonstrated on smartphones running under Google’s Android operating system and, one should agree that it seems promising.
Mark Doherty, the Platform Evangelist for Mobile and Devices at Adobe, has been testing out the new features that came with the Adobe AIR 2.5 beta, and says to have built an Android app using Adobe AIR 2.5, that allows the Android smartphone users to make P2P video calls.
Coming back to the P2P video calling app, he said that the code will be made OpenSource, once it is made stable, and that should probably be around next week. It’s currently still a prototype, so don’t expect to see such an application appearing on your Android device anytime soon.