AIR applications on mobile devices are deployed as native
applications. They use the application format of the device, not
the AIR file format. Currently AIR supports Android APK packages
and iOS IPA packages. Once you have created the release version
of your application package, you can distribute your app through
the standard platform mechanism. For Android, this typically means
the Android Market; for iOS, the Apple App Store.
You can use the AIR SDK and Flash Professional, Flash
Builder, or another ActionScript development tool to build AIR apps
for mobile devices. HTML-based mobile AIR apps are not currently
This document describes how to develop iOS applications using
the AIR 2.6 SDK or later. Applications created with AIR 2.6+ can
be installed on iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, and iPad devices running iOS
4, or later. To develop AIR applications for earlier versions of
iOS, you must use the AIR 2 Packager for iPhone as described in Building iPhone apps
For more information on privacy best practices, see Adobe AIR SDK Privacy Guide.
For the full system requirements for running AIR applications,
see Adobe AIR system requirements.