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{{faq|<onlyinclude>Yes. [[Scratch 3.0]], which uses HTML5, is supported on mobile devices. Nonetheless, the editor is not fully optimized for mobile yet, and many projects, especially those made in previous versions, are incompatible.</onlyinclude>}}
 
{{faq|<onlyinclude>Yes. [[Scratch 3.0]], which uses HTML5, is supported on mobile devices. Nonetheless, the editor is not fully optimized for mobile yet, and many projects, especially those made in previous versions, are incompatible.</onlyinclude>}}
  
==Previous Versions==
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== Previous Versions ==
[[Scratch 2.0]] required the Adobe Flash Player to run or edit projects. It could be used on mobile devices that had Flash. There was also a app called [[ScratchJr]] that was, however, very different from Scratch. One could still post in the forums and leave comments without Flash.
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[[Scratch 2.0]] required the Adobe [[Flash Player]] to run or edit projects. It could be used on mobile devices that had Flash. There was also a app called [[ScratchJr]] that could be used without Flash. However, it was very different from Scratch. One could still post in the forums and leave comments without Flash.
  
==See Also==
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== See Also ==
*[[Scratch on Tablets]]
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* [[Scratch on Tablets]]
 
[[Category:FAQ|Scratch on mobile]]
 
[[Category:FAQ|Scratch on mobile]]

Revision as of 04:20, 17 February 2020

Yes. Scratch 3.0, which uses HTML5, is supported on mobile devices. Nonetheless, the editor is not fully optimized for mobile yet, and many projects, especially those made in previous versions, are incompatible.

Previous Versions

Scratch 2.0 required the Adobe Flash Player to run or edit projects. It could be used on mobile devices that had Flash. There was also a app called ScratchJr that could be used without Flash. However, it was very different from Scratch. One could still post in the forums and leave comments without Flash.

See Also