While Flash Player 13 is the current stable build of Flash Player, Flash Player 14 has been released in beta and is available for download. If you want to test Flash Player 14 even before it debuts, you may download it from the download links given at the end of this article and install the latest Flash Player 14.
As it is a beta release, you may find some bugs which will be fixed in the final version. Some known issues include the following:
Google Chrome incorrectly reports the installed location of the plugin
ESPN does not detect the Flash Player debugger correctly
Some content using SWFObject is not loaded correctly
The Runtime build numbering is as follows:
Flash Player Desktop: 220.127.116.11 AIR Runtime Desktop: 18.104.22.168 (no update) AIR Runtime Android: 22.214.171.124 (no update) AIR SDK & Compiler: 126.96.36.199 (no update)
Please note that if you are using Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, you may not be able to install Flash Player 14 beta as it is not compatible with Windows 8. Windows 8 comes with its own release of Flash Player through Windows Update. So you may want to wait while a stable version of Flash Player 14 comes out.
The direct download links have been removed on Adobe’s request. If you are on the same system on which you want to install Flash Player, you may directly click on the following link to get the latest Flash Player installer.