Adobe iPhone Packager Software Moving Forwards Again

Apple yesterday announced that third party apps could be used to develop iPhone apps. This was a big u-turn from the previous decision that had been made.

The decision to block third party apps was made earlier this year and which point, forced Adobe to stop developing the iPhone Packager software as it was no longer allowed to create apps for iPhone. Now that Apple [AAPL] has changed it’s stance, Adobe has announced that development of the iPhone Packager Software is now moving forwards again.

The Packager software is ready in Flash Professional CS5 and already, some apps using the packager have already been approved by Apple from what we understand.

Although flash can be used to create apps which are then converted in to an Apple friendly format, this change doesn’t mean that Flash will actually appear on iOS devices any time soon.

Via: Geeky Gadgets

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