After porting preliminary release of Flash to iPhone, the guy behind Spirit untethered jailbreak tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has now managed to run “real” Flash content right on the jailbroken Apple iPad. Dubbed as “Frash”, this is basically a port of Adobe Flash runtime for Android running on iPad using a compatibility layer. You can check out the video after the break to see it for yourself. It looks really promising, specially because its coming from non other than well known iPhone hacker named comex.
The popular Windows Mobile and Symbian browser which can pull Flash and Silverlight (soon on Android) content on cell phones has finally arrived on Android platform. Skyfire, which has been around for quite some time now has proved itself to be a potential browser for Nokia and Windows phones. It is probably the only browser which can pull off Flash video without any hassle. YouTube or Facebook videos, you name it, Skyfire will pull it off.
Adobe for the last one year or so has been actively involved in developing Flash Player for Android platform. They were quick to show off a demo of Flash Player 10.1 running on the Nexus One following the official announcement of the said phone by Google. Adobe, Google, Qualcomm and HTC are working together to deliver Flash Player on Nexus One in the spring of this year to one up the rival Apple’s iPhone which lacks the Flash Player capabilities since the original iPhone in 2007.