Question about Apple Computers & Internet
Adobe has never written iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) versions of Flash Player due to their conflicts with Apple. However, there is a 3rd party app you can get from the App Store called 'Skyfire'.
You can find more info about it at http://www.skyfire.com/en/product/ipad
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
There is really no support for true flash on any iOS device (iPad, iPhone, etc). There are rendering apps like skyfire that attempt to do it, but the reality is that they do not work very well.
The need for flash is going away rapidly and in most cases there are ways to get the content you need without the flash player.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
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