Flash adobe player app

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    Does anyone know if this works with all videos I want to view on my iPad 2? I don't have a problem paying $4.99 for the app....but I want it to work properly....especially on homemade videos of games, parties etc.
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    I can't find the app you mention, could you provide the AppStore link for the app?
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    I hope this works for you
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    I don't know anything about Photon, other than it is one of the several Flash enabled browsers. However the Puffin Web Browser supplies virtual trackpad and game controller keyboards; and it has a time limited free version so you can see if it works with your sites.

    All iPad Flash enabled browser work by using remote serves that can run Flash. That means none of them will work with content that can not be accessed from the internet. Your homemade games would need to be on a website, not stored locally.
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    It should allow you to access Flash content on websites you visit and games you play, according to the description. As to homemade videos, they have to be converted to a format that will play on the iPad, then transferred to the iPad. This page may help you with the process. http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1497
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    Thanks everyone...I think I understand what you both mean. I'm kind of green when it comes to this
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    No problem. Good luck. And please let us know how it works out for you.
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    I'm glad we could help. It's better to ask first, rather than spending your money on something that may not be suitable for you.

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