Skyfire browser ready to bring Flash to the iPhone, if allowed
0. phoneArena 22 Oct 2010, 08:21 posted on
The popular Skyfire browser is a quick-fix for your Adobe Flash woes on mobile devices, as it processes the pages on its own servers and feeds content, optimized for mobile viewing, back to your device. After some rework, it has been submitted to the App Store for approval...
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1. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)
This will be an interesting one. It would seem as though this is within the rules Apple set forth with the App Store. And this browser legitimately does something that nothing else in the App Store does...I guess we will see...
2. andrztk21 (Posts: 3; Member since: 06 Jan 2010)
Considering how apple is approving just about everygood idea now that the rules have changed I can't seethes not being approved unless they can't get it stable. I look forward to it. Seems like the walls around this garden keep getting shorter.
3. calamazoo (unregistered)
I bet it's because Obama met with Steve Jobs yday - "Steve, you are now the second largest company by market cap in the world, and still don't have Flash - please, give the Skyfire guys a chance...":-)))
4. XxxCalebxxX (Posts: 14; Member since: 30 Jun 2010)
apple better allow this in the app store