It appears to be a great time to be an Adobe employee right now. Fresh off their successful launch of Creative Suite 5 Adobe employees appear set to enjoy the extremely popular Android handsets courteously of their employer. As a show of support for Android Adobe may be handing out the handsets to its employees. This distribution is expected to coincide with the highly anticipated launch of Flash for Android at the upcoming Google I/O conference. However, no word on which Android device (various HTC models and the Nexus One Unlocked Phone have been mentioned) will be handed out to Adobe employees or which employees will receive these handsets.
This announcement is a clear example of Adobe and Google “dog-fooding” their own products. These two companies would love for their employees to spend as much time using Android and the Flash Player 10.1. By giving Adobe employees a free Android device Google is attracting more attention to the ever increasing in popularity Android brand.
This news makes you wish you were an Adobe employee doesn’t it? Android devices are some of the hottest mobile phones on the market today. Once Adobe Flash technology comes to these mobile phones sales are expected to increase in large part to Apple’s inability to include Flash technology on the Unlocked IPhone. With this Flash program Android users will be able to access a wide range of streaming content online that other smartphone users will not be able to access. The launch of Flash is expected to be a huge success when it is finally announced at Google’s upcoming I/O conference.