Skyfire has recently released a new, universal iOS application that allows users to watch Flash videos they encounter in Safari for iOS. The application, Skyfire VideoQ, is currently available to download in the App Store for $1.99.
Skyfire Web Browser for iPhone ($2.99) has just received a major update. Now, users of the app can enjoy version 3.0, which brings support for Flash video from more websites, and more advanced social network integration.
Skyfire is the amazing Flash playing disappearing, reappearing browser. Fruit Ninja Arcade Mode is extremely addictive. And myPhoneDesktop will have you jumping at the chance to win a free download. We have all this and more on today's AppAdvice Daily.
The Apple vs. Adobe story as it relates to Adobe Flash has been told quite often. Apple has made it clear that it will not allow Flash on its mobile devices including the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. Then on Wednesday, it unveiled its new MacBook Air which also doesn’t allow Flash, at least not right out of the box. Users will need to manually install Adobe Flash onto their MacBook Air. Now, it looks like Adobe blinked. Read more...
Apple recently relaxed its app approval rules for the App Store. As part of the new rules, third-party vendors can now port software from formats like Adobe's Flash to the iPhone. However, according to Adobe's CEO, this change has had no immediate effect on sales of Adobe products. Read More...
Not long ago, Apple relaxed its App Store approval rules, meaning previously banned apps could potentially regain entrance. Several Google Voice apps managed this, followed by a couple of Flash-based iDevice applications. Could this mark a change in the App Store itself? Read on, and decide for yourself!
A recently released iPad app, iSWiFTER, allows iPad owners to play Flash games on their iDevice. It's currently available in the App Store for free, though the app itself is in its early days. If you've got a yearning to play Flash games on your iPad, read on to find out more about iSWiFTER!
Could Apple and Adobe go back to being friends again? Not quite. But, Apple's new terms of service have pleased the Flash developer, which commented following Apple's changes. Read on to find out what Adobe had to say.