Flash support for all android devices
This is really dumb, all existing Android tablet and phone users can't access the Sky Go service on their tablets because
1) there isn't a dedicated app yet, even though there are more Android based devices than iOs now,
2) on the web they are using Silverlight tech. If they decided to use Flash, obviously no problem for Android users from 2.2 upwards as the whole service would just run in the browser as it would on a PC.
There was some hope for Silverlight support on Android here... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1207785 although this is probably not going to happen either now!
I do wonder when is the obsession with the mobile "app" or even exe based app going to end, probably once the chrome OS method of keeping everything browser based and in the cloud becomes more readily accepted .
Personally I'm sick of scrolling through dozens of app icons! One day as tablet/phone browser performance improves everyone will finally people realise browser based tech was and always is the best solution (one size fits all - which Adobe had right).
After all, if HTML 5 is all its supposed to be cracked up to be, why aren't we seeing more web based HTML 5 video services - is this purely down to a lack of developers?
Performance wise, I did try the HTML 5 player on YouTube a few months ago, performance (smoothness) was rubbish compared to Flash streaming so I changed my account options to not use it anymore - perhaps its improved by now, but I'm still not convinced (yet!)