We don't have any plans for a new version of Flash Player for Android. That said, some users have been able to get Flash Player working on the Kindle Fire by using third party browsers.
How to install Adobe Flash on your Kindle Fire HD - http://bit.ly/13WX5LF
Get Flash on Kindle Fire HD (video) - http://bit.ly/VCY6Rq
I think it's stupid to quit supporting flash player on a whole operating system. Especially, when so many websites still use it. While html5 may be the newest thing, many websites haven't caught up with it. So basically there's a ton of pages we can't view because of this. I wished they would of considered this before jumping on board. I tried to download it and while the download was successful, boat browser informed me that kitkat isn't supported.
It is actually Google that decided that Android will no longer support Flash Player. Same as Apple decided that iOS will not support Flash Player.
Well thank you for correcting me. It's still a stupid decision. It's seriously aggravating going to a Website and it asking me to install flash player.