Nearly a quarter of V3.co.uk readers agree with Apple boss Steve Jobs's criticism of Adobe Flash as too buggy.
Jobs was reported as making the comments at a recent town hall meeting at Apple's Cupertino headquarters.
"[Adobe has] all this potential to do interesting things, but they just refuse to do it. They don't do anything with the approaches that Apple is taking, like Carbon," he was reported by Wired as saying.
"Apple does not support Flash because it is so buggy. Whenever a Mac crashes more often than not it's because of Flash. No one will be using Flash."
Our Adobe Flash poll revealed that 21 per cent of readers agree with Jobs's outspoken criticism of Adobe's technology. However, 36 per cent disagreed, viewing the comments as nothing more than sour grapes. A further 30 per cent have never had a problem with Flash.
A not insignificant nine per cent of readers have been forced to disable Flash because of reliability issues.
Just yesterday Jobs was reported as upping the ante in the spat with Adobe, referring to Flash as "a CPU hog" full of "security holes" and "old technology" , and confirming that it will not be included on the new iPad device.
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