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From: John Navas on 9 Aug 2010 11:29
Adobe's Flash technology is now available for iOS devices, thanks to a
new application for jailbroken iPhones and iPads. Coming from Comex, the
same man who developed the browser-based JailbreakMe tool, Frash lets
iPhone users view Adobe Flash content on their phones.
Frash is in its very early stages, and works with the iPhone 4, 3GS
(with iOS4), third-generation iPod Touch, and iPads with the latest
software (3.2.X), the developer says. To install Frash, you will also
need to jailbreak your device, which can be done easily with the new Web
browser-based JailbreakMe tool released last week.
Once you have jailbroken your iOS device and installed Frash (GadgetsDNA
has a simple 7-step guide), you can view Adobe Flash in Mobile Safari.
Not all Flash content will work though. Frash is in the early
development stages (version 0.02), so only basic Flash animations will
display, mainly advertisements. ...