The folks over at Skyfire has released an update for the one browser that supports Flash on Android. See the list of enhancements below.
Enhancements in this release: Video playback: We improved our video streaming reliability, thus you should see a much lower occurrence of video timeouts with this new version. More enhancements are in the works, so video reliability will continue to get better.
YouTube: On July 23, YouTube changes many of its APIs and YouTube support on Skyfire became intermittent. Resolved.
Desktop/Mobile switch: When switching between Android and Desktop mode of a page we better preserve the original page URL to reduce confusion due to page redirects.
Video startup time: Video playback start time improved as much as 5 seconds.
Fixed in this release:
Startup Crash: For some users, Skyfire would intermittently force close startup. Fixed.
Battery optimization, especially when Skyfire is in background
Samsung Galaxy S: Better support for Flash 9 to co exist with Skyfire Toolbar.
Find on page: functionality fully working now
Exit Skyfire in Android 1.5: On Motorola Backflip a HTC Magic it is now possible to properly exit Skyfire a long-pressing the 'back' key.
Skyfire 2.3 is available free on Android Market.
Posted from my Nexus One.