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Discussion in 'iPad' started by interinfo, Mar 16, 2012.
What app can solve this problem ?
Skyfire browser. But seriously, do you really need flash? What's it used for anyways? Most good websites are built using HTML5 or XHTML/CSS/PHP nowadays.
I guess I have no choice in having to frequent "bad" websites...
I can't recall the last time flash limited something I wanted to do on the iPad that apps like skyfire could have fixed.
Would be nice not to have to pay for hulu plus or justin.tv's $10 app which isn't very good anyway, but yeah those wouldn't be helped by the flash apps anyway.
If you've got a specific website you are trying to view thats compatible then yeah sure, but I wouldn't bother with it if you just think you need to in general.
I haven't used flash in ages, I don't even have it enabled on my mac....
i haven't used flash since the ipad 1. it's not something you learn to just live with, you learn that it's not needed.
There's only one good flash website that I can't live without...
And it works quite well with iSwifter
EDIT: It's not porn!!
all my porn sites I go to work and I'm with that.
The major websites are already optimized for mobile web browsing and video play.
I picked up a Playbook and its lacking in some areas--but I will say it plays flash as well as a laptop. It's a good companion to the iPad.