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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Hpye, Nov 21, 2011.
When apple didn't include flash in ios devices
The flash plugin is software.
It is a battery and resource hog.
It's Software. Apple believes the poor performance, buggy nature and terrible battery life make it worthless on mobile platforms. Adobe just killed mobile Flash, so apparently they agree
It's software. Mobile flash is dead
However, the hard disk inside your iOS device is a flash memory drive, which is nothing to do with Adobe.
Well the memory inside is flash. By definition flash is not a hard disk.
Does it means third party browser can easily put flash plug in in their app?
Flash is an Adobe software product that brought hardware to its knees.
You don't want it.
If it could be (regardless of being 'easily done') it would have obviously been done. So, to answer your question: no.
Adobe doesn't support mobile flash anymore so I don't think so. You can try Skyfire broswer though.
Not exactly. While technically feasible, the restrictions Apple puts on app store submissions makes it impossible for a developer to include it in their app. Now that said there are a few browsers which get around these restrictions by running flash on a remote server rather than the device itself.
I always wondered why Flash never appeared on Cydia if it was such a highly desired product on iOS
Because Flash Player is closed source.