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Adobe AIR 13.0.0.83
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Adobe AIR is a cross-operating system runtime that allows Web application developers to use their existing Web development skills (HTML, Javascript, Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, Ajax) to build and deploy rich Internet applications on the desktop.
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Version 13.0.0.83: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
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Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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B. Jefferson Le Blanc commented on 26 Feb 2014
This is a link to an old version of Air. Anyone minding the store?
[Version 4.0.0.1390]


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Thresher-The-Shark commented on 05 Jun 2013
Att. MacUpdate: Current stable version is 3.7.0.1860.
[Version 3.8.0.590]


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gtrsteve commented on 22 May 2013
When is Adobe going to update with a stable version of Air and Flash?
[Version 3.8.0.490]


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ylluminate commented on 15 Apr 2013
Blargh. I know this is not a *big* deal, but it frustrates me that the attention to detail and problematic culture of Adobe are evident from even this changelog item above: "On OS X, some fonts do not rending properly when viewing Flash content in the Google Chrome browser (3506958)"

Having been part of Adobe beta cycles and testing for many years, I am just more and more frustrated with this company and it's directions. Even after offering many suggestions that would help tremendously, it seems that they are oblivious to outside influence and correctional suggestions.
[Version 3.7.0.1530]


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Professor2 reviewed on 10 Apr 2013
Not beta any longer
[Version 3.7]


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Robert Morton commented on 02 Apr 2013
I personally don't care about the concept as the apps I have seen written are below average in general. I could actually forgive this if there was a way to deploy to an enterprise. Once again Adobe has figured out how to make their bad installation ideas worse than before. Without a logical way to install this in mass, how does Adobe expect it to be supported in mass?
[Version 3.7.0.1530]


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Noraa commented on 21 Mar 2013
Well, based on no major reported security holes I'd say this is at least better than Java as a cross-platform compiler. Then again that's really not saying much now is it...?
[Version 3.7.0.1360]


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Iturtle reviewed on 12 Mar 2013
why is it called "air" and not "lead"? slow and cup eating animal that is...
[Version 3.6.0.6090]


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Wade-Smith reviewed on 12 Mar 2013
Does nothing but halt and crash-

Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS)
Exception Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE at 0x0000000000000000

VM Regions Near 0:
--> __PAGEZERO 0000000000000000-0000000000001000 [ 4K] ---/--- SM=NUL /Volumes/VOLUME/Adobe AIR Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe AIR Installer
__TEXT 0000000000001000-0000000000007000 [ 24K] r-x/rwx SM=COW /Volumes/VOLUME/Adobe AIR Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe AIR Installer
[Version 3.6.0.6090]


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Nick Collingridge commented on 16 Jan 2013
Why no simple way to find out which version of Adobe Air is installed? Something like a small app or a prefs pane which could also let you download and install the latest version?

I did track down a small Air app which tells you which version you have installed, but surely this should be something that Adobe provide?

http://knomedia.com/blog/2009/12/10/adobe-air-version-checker/
[Version 3.6.0.5770]

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Moxiesozo replied on 23 Jan 2013
Best way I've found is to spend a couple minutes and download Air here from MacUpDate. The installer will tell you what version you have installed, and you can choose to update it (if it's old) or cancel.
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Nick Collingridge replied on 24 Jan 2013
That's all very well, but not a very efficient way of going about things. Surely it would be much better for Adobe to provide a way of simply and in a straightforward fashion finding out which version you currently have? Is that really too much to ask?
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Negritude replied on 27 Jan 2013
@Nick

Just bring up "Adobe AIR Uninstaller" or "Adobe AIR Application Installer" in Spotlight, highlight it and hold down the command key. That's the easy way to check the version of most apps installed on your system.
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Nick Collingridge replied on 27 Jan 2013
@Negritude. Thanks for pointing this out. However checking the version number of the installer is not a totally reliable or accurate way of checking the version number of an application. In this case the version number of my installer is 3.5, which may be an indication of the main version number, but with no hint of the sub-version.

I still think that Adobe should provide a more obvious way of finding out what version of Air you have installed!
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Negritude replied on 29 Jan 2013
@ Nick

I'm not sure why you're not seeing the full version number, because on my system, I do. Are you sure you're looking at the program files that were already installed on your system? They should be in your /Applications or /Applications/Utilities folder. One or both of the ones I mentioned will show you the full version number, including the sub-version. It's always been this way. What version of OS X are you using?
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Nick Collingridge replied on 30 Jan 2013
Well here's the thing - if you do a Get Info on the file in the Finder then all you get is a straight 3.5, but if you check it out using Spotlight in the way you suggest then you get the whole string.

Although I thank you for the tip, I hope that you're not suggesting that this is a straightforward way of finding out which version is installed, which is what I am calling for and think that Adobe should provide.
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Thresher-The-Shark replied on 12 Mar 2013
I agree with Nick Collingridge. It's bizarre Adobe seemingly wants to keep the exact version of AIR a secret.

Thanks Negritude for the Spotlight method tip, although it doesn't work in Snow Leopard.
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Junk-App rated on 02 Aug 2013

[Version 3.8.0.930]



Magpie W1 rated on 02 May 2013

[Version 3.7.0.1820]



-TiTAN- rated on 30 Jan 2013

[Version 3.6.0.5920]



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Maclover_Reviewer rated on 31 Oct 2012

[Version 3.5]



jodp120871 rated on 31 Aug 2012

[Version 3.4.0.2540]



jaybirdfive rated on 18 Jun 2012

[Version 3.2.0.2070]



Catzmeow2 rated on 17 Apr 2012

[Version 3.2.0.2070]



+15

Quiiick rated on 05 Feb 2012

[Version 3.2.0.1830]



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ImCr rated on 26 Jan 2012

[Version 3.2.0.1720]



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Quiiick rated on 25 Jan 2012

[Version 3.2.0.1720]


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License:Free
Date:08 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
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