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Based on this StackOverflow question, there's a possibility to develop for the native/stock Android browser. But it doesn't seem developers are latching onto creating at least some plugins for it. So for my question, I want to know if there exists some stock browser plugins already?

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At least one plugin exists. Adobe flash.
Note that plugins and extensions are not the same. The default AOSP browser doesn't support extensions.

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Ahh thank you for clarifying my confusion. I essentially thought they're the same but only had varying terms. – Propeller May 10 '12 at 15:55

I don't know if it's what you're after as it's a big commercial plugin that's unlikely to tell you much, but the Flash Player springs to mind as the only browser plugin that I know of.

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