Adobe today has released their Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool in an effort to bring Flash based content on to non-Flash devices such as the popular iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The much awaited Skyfire for iPad has finally hit the iTunes App Store. Released for iPhone and iPod touch last month, Skyfire for iPad brings Flash video content, along with some other social networking which are not found in the native Mobile Safari browser.
The title says it all! Yes, you can now get very alpha version of Flash (aka Frash) running right on your iPhone 4. Previously, we showed you how to install Flash (Frash) on iPad. And now folks at Grant Pannell site has managed to compile an iPhone 4 version of Flash. The credit for this of course goes to Comex, the guy behind Spirit and JailbreakMe tools for iOS devices. Without his hard work, this surely wouldn’t have been possible.
Last week, we informed you about Flash port for iPad which was in works by comex – the developer behind Spirit jailbreak tool for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and the upcoming jailbreak for iPhone 4. Well guess what, an early alpha version of Flash (which is dubbed as “Frash”) has been leaked and is now available for download. But there is a little catch to it. Since this is an early leaked version, not everything works. In fact Flash based videos wont play at all. You can play some Flash games on Miniclip.com, Newgrounds.com and the likes that’s it.