HTML5 for Chrome 55 - HTML Goodies

HTML5 has been designated as the replacement for Flash on the web for years, and Google's Chrome for Android browser has stopped supporting Flash quite some time ago. Chrome 55 will use HTML5 as default. Beginning in December. Google has ...

Google's Chrome Browser to Block Flash - MacStories

Yesterday, Google announced that its Chrome browser will begin blocking Flash that runs in the background of webpages in September and make HTML5 the 'default Chrome experience' in December. According to Google: Today, more than 90% of Flash on ...

Yes, Google Chrome Is Dumping Adobe Flash This Year - Fortune

Google (goog, +3.79%) Chrome plans to kick the software, known for its bugginess and perennial security flaws, to the curb this year. The team behind the popular web browser reiterated its commitment to ditching Adobe's (adbe, +0.27%) multimedia ...

Chrome Begins Blocking Flash Next Month - PC Magazine

Google is making good on its promise of "HTML5 by default" for the Chrome browser. Next month's release of Chrome 53 begins blocking Adobe Flash on the Web and replacing it with HTML5, which, before the end of the year, will become the standard in ...

Google Chrome Follows Safari, Edge In Blocking Flash Content - International Business Times

Google Chrome has decided that it will “de-emphasize” Flash content starting next month and will subsequently focus on HTML5. On Tuesday, Chrome's Flash curator Anthony LaForge published a post on the Google Chrome team's official blog, stating that ...