Flash support for Google Android incoming

Adobe Flash. It drains your mobile's battery, makes proper videos play nice and provokes the ire of the hardest of hardcore tech geeks every time its

Adobe Flash. It drains your mobile's battery, makes proper videos play nice and provokes the ire of the hardest of hardcore tech geeks every time its found lacking in a supposedly killer device.

But while we can't report any good news about it rearing its head in the iPhone, Adobe has confirmed plans to make it play nice with Google Android devices, including the T–Mobile G1. One of the first Android phones biggest failings is its complete lack of full–on video support.

A suit from the video people said we'd be seeing,"... an Android-based version of Flash in the coming months." Obviously that's nice and vague, but T–Mobile did say   at the launch of their blower that it was something they'd been working on and that existing users would eventually be able to get on their handsets.

Sadly though, that's where the good news ends. Apple, it's your turn to make us Flash happy.

For more on the T–Mobile G1, check out our in–depth review.