Adobe has just announced that it’s been preparing versions of Flash Player 10.1 for BlackBerry, Symbian, MeeGo, Windows Phone and pretty much every mobile software platform out there. Of course, the list doesn’t include Apple iOS, as once again the Cupertino giant refuses to work with Adobe and takes the route of HTML5.

Flash support will even be available on LiMo and HP webOS 2.0 in the future, according to Business Wire. We don’t yet know when these platforms will get their support, but what’s certain is that it’ll happen in the following months. Right now, most of the Android 2.2 devices already include Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and so does HP’s just released Palm Pre 2 smartphone.

Meanwhile, during Adobe MAX 2010, the company announced that Adobe AIR 2.5 will be coming to Samsung’s TVs in 2011, in addition to Acer, Motorola, HTC and RIM handsets in 2011.