November 18, 2011
As you may have heard, here at Extravision we will soon be releasing a beta of our new reporting application.
One of the improvements we wanted to offer was to deliver a richer, more graphical and engaging experience, and we're delivering this using Flash.
Although Adobe claim an extremely high penetration statistic for Flash, there is always the chance that in any particular market sector, for whatever reason, people may not have the Flash Player, or at any rate not a recent version. For this reason, we've been looking into the statistics of our users, and here are the results.
We've designed the new reports to only require the version 10 Flash Player to later.
To put this into perspective, this was released way back in 2008 and Adobe are now rolling out version 11.1. The previous version, 9, became unsupported for security updates at the start of this year, so Flash Player 10 is the oldest version you can still install with confidence. In a pinch, you can even use applications that need Flash Player 10 from your smart phone or tablet.
So, although we knew Flash was the only way to deliver the great experiences we were aiming for, we still wanted to make sure our users would have a trouble free time.
We can see that the vast majority of our customers are running the most recent and immediately prior versions. Some 95% of people will be able to use the new reports application without needing to do anything at all.
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