Flash websites on iPad?

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    Hi,

    Wondering if there are any browsers out there that'll support flash Websites?

    I read that Skyfire provides transcoded Flash to HTML5 for videos, but will this work for websites like http://www.bestbuy.com/site/index.jsp that use little flash apps to scroll through their current sales?

    Thanks!
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    ipad does not support flash and never will. Some like Skyfire ~ some don't.
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    I'm more than willing to try Skyfire if it'll support flash plugins on websites, and not only videos. Do you know if it does?
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    This topic has been discussed to death on this forum. Just hit the Search field at the top and type in Flash. All your questions I can pretty much guarantee have already been answered more than once.
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    Yeah. Somer is correct. Which is probably why you didn't get many hits. Folks tend to run, faint, scream when seeing the F word.
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    +1, that is funny as FLASH! lol

    Anyways, OP, No, it will not do flash plugins. All SkyFire does (and does well, dont get me wrong) is take a video that is in flash, use its own servers to convert it into HTML5 format, and stream it to your iDevice.
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    Easiest way, if Skyfire doesn't work on a site and you have another computer, is to use a program to dial into it (I use Remote Tap, but there are many options) and run a browser remotely.

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