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 for iPad is now available to purchase in the App Store for $4.99. The web browser, which is already available for the iPhone, allows iOS fans to interact with Flash content on their mobile device. Read on to find out more ...
The developers of the popular app; Skyfire have announced that they are working on an iPad app to allow you to watch flash content on your 9.7" screen. A recent tweet from @Skyfire has told users to consider waiting until the app is optimized for the iPad before purchasing it.
First came the SkyFire mobile web browser. Now, the iSwifter app has been released. It also brings Flash content to the iPad. But, it is not an "all in one" Flash solution. Rather, look at it as a baby step for future Flash/Apple iDevice integration. Read more...
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.
A quick heads up to notify everyone that Skyfire, the flash-enabled browser that hit the App Store yesterday, is no longer available for download. Before you send Steve another hate mail about it, let me stop you right there.
We've told you a while ago already that the developers of SkyFire, the Flash-enabled mobile browser mostly known on other smartphone platforms, had begun working on an iOS app shortly after the Opera Mini approval. Well, it's apparently around the corner.