If you head to the Google Play Store this morning, you'll see a brand new update for Adobe Flash Player for Android. While no major new versions of Flash are being deployed on Android, Adobe continues to push out security fixes, and that's exactly what this latest update contains. According to the latest Adobe security advisory, the update to Flash 220.127.116.11 fixes a vulnerability which could cause applications to crash, or malicious code to be executed. Which sounds like something you'd want to avoid.
Head to the "My Apps" list to grab the update, or use the link after the break if you're still Flashless.
First announced way back in January, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance has today launched in the UK, bringing a respectable list of mid-range specs to the table. Inside its curved Galaxy S II-style chassis there's a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 768MB of RAM and a 4-inch SuperAMOLED display, with a 5MP camera on the back and 8GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card). On the software side, the S Advance packs Android 2.3 Gingerbread (yeah, we know) and Samsung's TouchWiz 4 UX.
SIM-free prices start at £322.80 including VAT, and Three UK's also offering it for free on monthly plans starting at £23 per month.