Flash Player is a cross-platform, browser-based application runtime that provides uncompromised viewing of expressive applications, content, and videos across browsers and operating systems.
Adobe Flash 11.5 is ready for download and installation. After Firefox and Google Chrome, Adobe has finally decided that their Flash development will move to a rapid beta release cycle using the background update feature that was introduced in Flash Player 11.4. So the user won’t be bugged every time a new update is ready for download and installation. The latest version of Flash Player becomes 11.5.500.80.
One thing to note here is that ActiveX Flash Player in this release is not compatible with Windows 8. It is already integrated as a part of Windows 8. Some features of Flash Player 11.5 include the following:
- Packaging multiple libraries in an ANE (iOS)
- Debug stack trace in release builds of Flash Player
- Statically link DRM (Desktop only)
- Invoke Event enhancement (for openurl)
- Multiple SWF support (iOS)
For complete list of features, bug fixes, known issues and release notes, download the PDF release notes file for Flash Player 11.5 and Adobe Air 3.5.
Update: The final version of Flash Player 11.5 has been released. We are updating the offline installer download links below. This release is majorly focused on security and stability. The latest versions of Flash Player now become 11.5.502.110 (Win and Mac), 11.3.276.12 (Windows 8) and 220.127.116.11 (Linux) with this update. You can read the security bulletin APSB 12-24 for more information about the security updates.
Here are the direct download links of Adobe Flash Player 11.5. We will update these links as the 11.5 build is updated.
If you run into problems while installing or running Flash Player 11.4, you can easily uninstall Flash Player.