Editor's Review for Adobe Air
The Adobe AIR runtime enables developers to package the same code into native apps for Windows and Mac OS desktops as well as iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, and other Android™ devices, reaching the mobile app stores for over 500 million devices.
Adobe Air is available on the Windows PCs and Android devices. It is absolutely free and available instantly for all users. An increasing number of apps can only be run on an operating system that also has Adobe Air, so downloading Adobe Air is often a matter of practicality. The Adobe framework is not static, so users will often end up downloading newer and more improved versions of apps like these.
Adobe Air is an app that works in service of other apps, making it particularly useful for people that plan to download a wide range of apps for whatever reason. People that play a lot of games may be limited in terms of their selection of games if they do not install Adobe Air at some point, particularly if they’re interested in playing newer games.
Downloading and installing Adobe Air should be quick and easy for most users. It has an estimated download time of under two minutes, so people can have it up and running in no time flat. The installation process is straightforward, and people used to installing software on their operating systems will be able to get the app installed easily. Adobe Air is a secure app, so users don’t have to worry about unexpected problems. Adobe Air won’t consume too much space on a person’s operating system, and yet it manages to provide a wide range of functions both directly and indirectly.
Adobe Air should work on most operating systems. People that use Kindle Fire should know that Kindle Fire and Adobe Air have compatibility problems, since some people that have used Kindle Fire have had a difficult time installing Adobe Air. However, overall, Adobe Air should be an extremely useful app for the majority of users. It will allow them to truly keep their options open with regards to other apps.