Adobe Responds To Apple's Jobs In Flash Conflict

Following Apple boss Steve Jobs' open letter explaining the company's decision not to support Flash on its platforms, Adobe's co-founders are responding with a letter of their own, advocating for the merit in open systems.

"We believe open markets are in the best interest of developers, content owners, and consumers," say Adobe's Chuck Geschke and John Warnock, crediting the transformative power of prolific content on the web.

The conflict between Apple and Adobe is particularly relevant to game developers since many top Web games use Adobe's Flash. Conversion of Flash games to Apple's systems like the iPhone and iPad -- or simply the ability to play the games in the devices' web browser -- might be straightforward if Apple permitted it.

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