Are you looking for flash player for the new iPad or iPad 2? Well, Apple has not and probably will not support to flash - they think flash is on the way out and HTML5 is a much better option. Wanna play flash on iPad? Maybe you could try any of the following workarounds.
1. Skyfire Web Browser
Skyfire is a web browser that can run flash content on iPhone and iPad. It supports various types of websites and flash videos from the internet. So it’s kind of flash support for the new iPad.
In case it doesn’t work properly, here are some alternatives: Cloud Browse, Puffin Web Browser, iSwifter Flash Web Browser.
2. Tube Downloader
Tube Downloader lets you download and watch almost any video format on your iPad or iPhone. It doesn’t play flashes online, but if you have favorite videos that are flash, you can use it to download them to iPad and play them at ease.
Alternative video downloader apps with flash support: iDownloader Pro Free, Video Downloader
3. Flash Video Converter
A flash video converter can be a great help if you’d like to transfer flash videos to iPad from local hard drive. Without it you can not even add flashes to iTunes library, let alone sync them to iPad. By converting flashes to iPad compatible MP4 video it lets you put flashes to iPad.
Alternative converters: Video DVD Converter, Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate
Good News for iPad 3 Users:
By visiting Pavtube iPad 3 Column to learn more tips and tricks for iPad 3.