Flash Plugin leaves Mobile Devices

I'm still unsure how I feel about flash leaving. I'm a fan of a consistent experience across every device. I think that at time goes on that devices are getting better and better too, but I do see the reasons behind these decisions to focus on flash as a tool to build apps rather than browser plugin content. As a user though, I dread having to download an app for everything, I had hoped that the mobile web and the desktop web could converge into one and the same. I'd rather hit a url and do something than have the split. Hit a url on my "real" computer but on my phone or tablet have to download an app in order to do something. I think this segregates web users. So technically I agree with the farewell to the mobile flash plugin, but on principle, I don't like where it seems like it will take us.

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