Posts Tagged ‘Flash’

iOS is loved by many for a whole slew of reasons, but there’s one thing many users would like to have on their iOS device: Flash, something which Apple has refused to implement for years. While such a move has contributed to the transition to web standards away from proprietary plugins, many would still love to watch Flash video from within iOS. There’s now yet another way to go about it through a a new app known as Skyfire VideoQ. Wondering how it works? Read on.

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As any iOS user knows, Mobile Safari is a fast and an efficient browser, but it’s not the most feature-packed. 360 Web Browser is a new mobile browser that provides a very functional browsing experience, with features such as Flash transcoding on certain sites for watching Flash video within the browser, and simultaneous downloads.

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If recent reports are to be believed, the next-generation iPhone will feature a dual-LED flash. According to sources, Apple has reduced orders for high-powered LED flash lights from Philips and has begun ordering dual-LED flashes from Taiwan-based makers.

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When YouTube launched its YouTube Live service, the prospect of watching live streamed video from all our favorite content providers excited us all. There was just one problem though – YouTube’s Live streaming was very much a Flash affair, leaving us iOS fans out of luck. But as is usually the case though, there’s now an app for that.

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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.

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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.

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I found this Flash-based game funny as hell and thought I would just share it with you all. If you ever wanted to know how does it feel like to run WikiLeaks? You got to try out this game developed and published by a French site named JeuxJeuxJeux.fr.

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A new bookmarklet by the name of iOSFlashVideo has been released which allows iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to watch Flash videos from sites such as Megavideo, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Flickr Video etc. right from the Safari browser (via native iOS media player).

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Skyfire, which is already available for Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile (WP7) has been approved for Apple’s App Store.

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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.

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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.

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The guy behind Spirit untethered jailbreak tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has now managed to run “real” Flash content right on the iPhone and / or the iPod touch. Even though its only a preliminary release, but it looks promising, specially because its coming from non other than well known iPhone hacker named comex. Check out the video after the break.

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