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Misfit for iOS goes 2.0 with new design, Flash integrations and more
Misfit has just turbocharged its official iOS app to version 2.0 with a new look and a number of new features.
| April 16
Misfit for iOS updated with support for new Flash fitness and sleep monitor
Misfit has just updated its official iOS app with support for its new activity tracker, Flash.
| October 1
Apple posts Safari update for devs, blocks older versions of Flash due to security issue
Older versions of Adobe Flash Player have indeed been blocked by Apple.
| July 11
Has Apple Just Purchased A Flash Memory Firm Based In Israel?
Apple is expected to have finalized its acquisition of Anobit, an Israeli flash memory firm, for a rumored sum of $400-500 million.
| December 20
AppGuide: Accessing Adobe Flash Content On Your iPad
Adobe Flash may be dead on mobile devices, but it's still used all across the web. Fortunately, it's easier than ever to access that content on the iPad, and we'll show you how.
| November 11
iWake With AppAdvice For 11/11/11 Day Now Available
Good morning! Today's 11/11/11 Special Edition of iWake is ready! Take a listen to this extra special edition of iWake. Happy 11/11/11 Day!
| November 11
AppAdvice Daily: Flash News, Amazon Voice Possibilities, And Office Fitness
Adobe says bye to Mobile Flash, Amazon might be getting into the voice recognition market, and one wacky Wednesday app that will help get your butt in shape!
| November 9
Skyfire Launches New App - Skyfire VideoQ: View Flash Videos You Discover In Safari For iOS
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.
| July 29
New Samsung Galaxy Tab TV Ad Pokes Fun At Apple's Lack Of Support For Flash
A new TV advertisement for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 takes note of the tablet's support for Flash content, and compares this with the iPad's lack of support.
| June 10
Skyfire 3.0 For iPhone: More Video, More Social, More Searchable
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.
| March 3
Skyfire Web Browser Now Available In France, Germany And Italy
The popular Flash-enabled iOS browser, Skyfire Web Browser, is now available in France, Germany and Italy. Read on to find out more ...
| December 3
Appisode 214: Skyfire, Fruit Ninja Arcade And A Chance To Win
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.
| November 6
Apple Approves SkyFire Flash-Enabled Browser For iOS
Wow, good news folks! Apple has opened up its App Store a bit more today, and has approved the SkyFire iOS browser.
| November 2
HTML5 Gains, But Still Missing On Web In Some Places
Six months after the Flash vs. HTML5 battle started (by Apple), we have a winner. Still, there are some holdouts. Read more...
Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 27
Did Adobe Blink?
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...
Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 22
Adobe: Apple's New Rules Haven't Helped Us
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...
Bryan M. Wolfe
| September 25
Stalled Submissions Appear In App Store Following Approval Changes
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!
| September 20
iSwifter - Stream Flash Games To Your iPad With Ease
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!
| September 19
Adobe Comments On Apple's Revised Terms Of Service
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.
| September 10