Adobe Launches Flash Media Server and Flash Access for iOS

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by Maura, Sep 9, 2011.

By Maura on Sep 9, 2011 at 2:27 PM
  1. Maura

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    Adobe has today announced at the IBC trade show in Amsterdam that it is launching Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0, according to Boy Genius Report, neither of which need Apple’s approval in order for it to work. Apple famously does not allow Flash on any of its devices, of course, meaning that iPhone and iPad users still occasionally come across videos when surfing the web that they can’t watch, which can be a little frustrating. Flash Media Server 4.5 means that website publishers can now deliver content using a single stream that is suitable both for devices that are able to show Flash, such as Android tablets, for example, and also for iOS, non-Flash devices. Publishers who fork over $4,500 for Adobe Flash Media Server, which is available now, will then be able to stream Flash content to iOS devices, meaning that iOS Safari browser support for Flash (which is never going to happen!) is not necessary.

    So hopefully this means that we’ll be seeing less of those annoying messages telling us we need to download Flash on our iPads and iPhones when we’re trying to view a video!

    Source: Adobe finally brings Flash to iPhone and iPad


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    1. Mountainbikermark
      And hopefully less of those pesky Flash threads

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    2. OUTL4W
      Ahhhhhhhmen to that!
    3. SweetPoison
      I would seriously take this advice. We do not like to close Maura's threads ~ we will just delete your post and distribute appropriate sanctions.
    4. SweetPoison
      I will remove that last one for $29.99.

    5. Mountainbikermark
      Everything ios costs money. Even the dad burn forums. Can you do the "lite" removal ? ;)

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    6. SweetPoison
      Too funny!
    7. Gzoladz
      Can I ask a question to the mods/experts? How do you see this solution impacting the ios world?

      As long as flash content publishers adapt this technology, will we final users be able to watch their material as easily as on a pc/mac?
    8. col.bris
      Frankly to most users it is a non event I do not intend to go into the reasons why just search our forums the answer is there.
    9. thewitt
      If Adobe had priced the server software at FREE, they might have seen a high enough adoption rate to be interesting and save Flash. As it is priced now, it's going to be a non event in my opinion.

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