Norwegian software company Opera Software has just announced plans to offer better integration with Adobe Flash Player on its mobile browsers through joining forces with the Open Screen Project.
The company, a worldwide leading provider of web browsers for mobile phones
and other devices, is participating in the Open Screen Project so as to offer a better Internet navigation experience to its users.
“Through its participation in the Open Screen Project, Opera is making integration even better for customers deploying both Opera and Flash Player 10.1 on their mobile phones and other devices,” the company notes.
According to the company
, its partnership with Adobe should result in an increased compatibility of Opera's solutions and Adobe Flash products, while being aimed at enabling easier deployment for OEM and operator customers.
“Opera is committed to enabling the best possible web experience for our customers,” Christen Krogh, Chief Development Officer, Opera
“Our participation in the Open Screen Project is part of our ongoing commitment to maintain compatibility and flexibility for our customers regardless of what platform or device they are using.
Opera's participation in the Open Screen Project should also result in an enhanced integration for customers interested in having both Opera and Flash Player 10.1 rolled-out on their handsets or on other devices.
aims at offering an improved user experience with its mobile solutions, especially since it offers the same features and capabilities on various mobile platforms and devices out there.
“Opera and Adobe share a belief in driving innovation on the Web and bringing rich web content and applications across screens, regardless of the platform or operating system,” said Danny Winokur, vice president, Flash Client Platform at Adobe.
According to Opera
, other members of the Open Screen Project should also benefit from the integrated solution it would deliver through the partnership with the the alliance.