How To Add Flash Player Support In Android 5.0 Lollipop The Easy Way
Here’s how you can add Flash Player support on your Android 5.0 Lollipop device. Complete details and download link can be found after the break.
The popular Dolphin Browser app for the Android platform has been updated for Android 5.0 Lollipop. And guess what? It supports playback of Flash videos on Google’s latest mobile OS.
The browser, which is free to download from the Play Store, is pretty feature rich, especially when compared to the likes of Chrome for Android, given more options and functionality compared to its counterpart. If you’re running Android 5.0 by now on your Nexus device, you may not be a serial video streamer, but that occasion when and if you do happen to run into a Flash based video and are unable to play it, will be rather unforgiving on your nerves.
The good thing is, Dolphin Browser solves that issue for now. Apparently, Flash support isn’t the only thing that has changed around, with a few more changes coming in as well according to the update’s changelog.
Themes, add-ons, speed-dials are elements seen before, what is new however is added support for NFC communication between two devices to share a specific webpage. An intelligent feature in the app lets Dolphin clear up some space as well in situations of extremely low storage.
Apparently gesture support has been improved with this release. Earlier, gesture based navigation, when first released, was a new and exciting concept for a browser, and was understandably a bit shaky in the start, but those days seem to have come to an end.
Here’s a brief list of those new features and changes made into Dolphin Browser:
Flash support and enhanced browsing experience on Android 5.0.
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Auto-clear app storage when device storage is not enough.
Sync speed dials, add-ons, themes, settings and more via Dolphin Connect,
Share pages between devices using NFC.
The Dolphin Browser was updated to version 11.3.4 a while back, so just to be sure, do check your app’s version number to see if you will be needing to manually update the browser yourself from Google Play.