Adobe Responds to End Support Flash: Chinese mainland Flash Will Continue to Release Maintenance

In response to reports late last night that Adobe had terminated supporting flash, Adobe’s official Twitter account said that ReOrange was the official exclusive distribution partner of Adobe Flash Player in Chinese mainland. To support distribution channels, user habits, and the business, developer, and gaming community that are unique to the Chinese mainland market, Adobe will continue to work with Heavy Orange Network and support its exclusive distribution and maintenance of Flash Player Chinese mainland. This partnership is for Chinese mainland only.

Adobe Responds to End Support Flash: Chinese mainland Flash Will Continue to Release Maintenance

In addition, Heavy Orange Network responded that Reorange Network has entered into a strategic partnership with Adobe to continue to support the latest version of Chinese mainland Flash Player download, operations and technology maintenance services beyond 2020.

In October last year, Adobe said it would continue to partner with Chongqing Heavy Orange Network Technology Co., Ltd. and support its exclusive distribution and maintenance of PlayerFlash in Chinese mainland after 2020.

Recently,media reported that Adobe has officially announced that it will end supporting Flash on December 31, 2020. After that, Adobe will not release any updates and security patches for Flash. In addition, Adobe will remove all archives from earlier versions of Flash Player from its official website and prevent Flash-based content from running. “Open standards like HTML5, WebGL, and WebAssembly are an alternative to Flash content, and today’s mainstream browsers have integrated the above programs,” Adobe said. “