Adobe's Flash Player has been removed from the Google Play store for Android devices.
The move comes just a few years after Adobe and late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had a public spat over the technology, with Jobs favouring new HTML5.
As a result, Android handsets were compatible with Flash, while Apple's iOS gadgets were not.
Adobe still intends to support Flash on computers, but embraced HTML5 as the "best solution for creating and deploying content in the browser across mobile platforms", The Verge reported.
Adobe has also announced plans to "restructure" its business, with 750 jobs expected to be cut.