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I use Firefox a lot on my laptop and desktop. And did not use Opera browser until I get my hand on HTC HD2 which have Opera Mobile 9.7 built-in. Too bad that it does not have Adobe Flash Lite and I am stuck with Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile 6 for flash websites. However, the wait is over when Opera Software comes out Opera Mobile 10 for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 while Opera Mini 5 for Android, BlackBerry and also Windows Mobile (yes for Apple iPhone 3GS if Apple approves their AppStore submission). I managed to play around with Opera Mobile 10 and I like it.

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I love to use Opera Mobile on my HTC HD2. However, it does not support Adobe Flash. I have to use Internet Explorer in order to view Flash content. But I don’t like Internet Explorer because it does not support pinch and zoom like Opera Mobile does. Luckily, I found a solution to install Flash to Opera Mobile 9.7 (Didn’t try on 9.5 or 10 beta yet) on Windows Mobile 6.5.

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Flash… Flash… Flash… Internet world without flash will be very dull. You can have more complete web experience, and the ability to access video and rich content with Abobe Flash. That’s why Microsoft came out the same stuff and called it Silverlight. While waiting for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 is your only choice for Windows Mobile devices. Forget about Macromedia Flash Player 7 for Pocket PC which is outdated. v7 is better than v3.1, right?

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I always wanted a photo editor on my mobile phone like Photoshop.com for Windows Mobile. I don’t mind it is an online version but Photoshop.com for Windows Mobile can’t seem to work on my HTC HD2. However, I can edit my photo on mobile now with the help of Paint Now! Mobile. It is a Windows Mobile application that provides some basic drawing/image editing functions. A very useful tool to help you edit photo when you are on the road. We can’t wait to upload latest photo to Facebook (but some need a little editing first), right?

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Adobe Flash Player is still important to certain people out there just like Microsoft ActiveX in Internet Explorer. I can’t stop using IE due to that. Same apply to Flash Player on Android. Yes, Adobe stops supporting Flash on Android 4.0 onward. So you barely see Flash Player pre-installed on newer Android devices. But that does not mean it is not supported anymore. You still can install Flash Player apk manually instead of download from Play Store. Of course, there won’t be any official support from both Google and Adobe. But at least you still have the chance to have Flash on your Android devices.

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