Google and Adobe sure do like each other – a lot – as they are showcasing the seamless Flash experience that will be available with Android 2.2.
The update is supposed to bring 450 percent performance improvement and amazingly crisp Flash playback. It will also give you a list of flash-enabled sites (counteracting the HTML5 list that Apple displays). Sadly, most of the websites are in mobile form, meaning you won’t be getting the whole web experience. Wait, what? Yes, it’s true.
Amazon also wants to snuggle up to Google in a move to bring Kindle app to the Android Marketplace (which has recently undergone some aesthetic design changes). They hope to bring their entire bookshelf to the Android by this summer.