Still no Flash Support??

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  1. Juanperez

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    So I was looking and their is still no flash support on the ipad??? this is a huge for me since I watch many things on the internet with flash, is their an alternative to this?

    Also what are your best opinions on the best apps from cydia for your jailbroken ipad?? I saw a list I just need more personal opinions
     
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    yeah im sorry is just that its really sad I hope there is an alternative to this via cydia for flash, dont want to admit it but probably will go asus transformer for flash support :(

    anyways, thanks for the list :)
     
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    Sorry to burst your bubble but any android tab doesn't have full flash. Sure you can watch a video, but it's not like you can go play flash game.

    So, I personally would stick with iPad.
     
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    I was hoping the JB would have a java virtual machine plug-in. Or one for Flash. Or Silverlight. No luck for a loaded browser, yet!
     
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    Have a look at this thread, http://www.ipadforums.net/ipad-help/39806-flash.html, one of HUNDREDS of similar threads that will give you help and many alternatives to what you want.

    My personal fav is splashtop....
    Have you thought that perhaps the flash sites you visit have iOS alternatives? As MANY do now.
     
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    can you watch megavideo by any chance?
     
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    The website is flash. So no.
     
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    Have you searched megavideo player in app store ;) haven't used it but it may work for you.
     
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    I would just like to know why Apple doesn't allow flash video on its devices. There are tons of flash video out there we are missing. Anybody know the real reason?

    Sent from my iPad 2 using iPF
     
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    Search is your friend.

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    iswifter and puffin web browsers both have integrated flash support. Both are decent.
     
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    Well, this has been a nice refresher. The iPad doesn't support flash, there are apps that feed flash from other web sites/servers, HTML5 is on the horizon and people can always install remote apps to view flash on their desktops.

    Now that this is out of our systems for a while - this thread is closed (as it's one of a lot ... and it's adding nothing new to the discussion).

    Marilyn
     
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