Watch Blueprint: The Movie on Your Phone with Android 2.2
- Aug 06, 2010
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I don’t know anything about cell phones, and mine currently still involves some pretty sweet flipping action. But hey, it can take pictures and shit.
So understand that what I say here is translated almost entirely from the Blueprint tech guy into recognizable English. Apparently, this new type of phone operating system called Android 2.2 has come out which basically allows you to watch Flash movies on your phone. Because Apple is comprised of a bunch of whiners who don’t want to run Flash on their phones because of some dispute with Adobe, you can’t watch our videos on an IPhone. Sprint’s HTC Evo is one of a few types of phones that currently does support Android 2.2.
What this means for you: You could literally work out and study for the LSAT. You could study the LSAT while walking to work. You could study for the LSAT in so many convenient ways that involves looking at your phone instead of a computer that I can’t think of. Maybe during the fifth inning of a baseball game.
So, if you’re interested in being able to watch Blueprint: the Movie almost anywhere, check out a phone equipped with Android 2.2.
I will now return to not knowing anything about cell phones.
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