Adobe Air 3.0.0.345 Beta 1

The Adobe® AIR, runtime enables you to have your favorite web applications with you all the time. Since applications built for Adobe AIR run on your desktop computer without a web browser, they provide all the convenience of a desktop application.

Companies like eBay and AOL are using Adobe AIR to create exciting new applications that allow you to use their services on your desktop.

In short, Adobe AIR means applications that are easier, more powerful, and more fun to use.

Be safe on the web: Adobe AIR helps ensure safe installations by requiring digital signatures on each AIR application that identify the application and its creator before you install.

Changelog:

* Stage Video Hardware Acceleration
* Includes security improvements

Download: Adobe Air 3.0.0.345 Beta 1 | 14.5 MB (Freeware)
Download: Adobe Air 2.7.0.19530 (Current stable version) | 12.4 MB (Freeware)
View: Adobe Air Website

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i think tweetdeck or one of those twitter apps uses it

thats the only one i've ever heard about or seen

and i hate the way they bundle it also, thats the reason i switched to Foxit but it seems they are headed in the same bloated direction lately

I don't think I've ever seen a program that actually needs this, yet Adobe bundles it with everything they make trying to shovel it out on the market.

TRC said,
I don't think I've ever seen a program that actually needs this, yet Adobe bundles it with everything they make trying to shovel it out on the market.

Exactly what I was going to say.

NOTHING I've ever used has required it.

"In short, Adobe AIR means applications that are easier, more powerful, and more fun to use."
...and are full of security holes requiring constant updates.

Why anyone uses Adobe's garbage is beyond me.

ahhell said,
"In short, Adobe AIR means applications that are easier, more powerful, and more fun to use."
...and are full of security holes requiring constant updates.

Why anyone uses Adobe's garbage is beyond me.

You don't get it because you are clueless troll.