January 9, 2013 by Abhay
Safari, the built-in browser by Apple Inc has no match and works flawlessly, but lacks an important feature i.e. flash player integration. A lot of videos, animations and web pages depending on flash do not work on the iOS platform.
When we open a flash-based website it gives the following error –
” We’re Sorry
This content requires Adobe Flash Player, which is not supported by your device. This content can be viewed on a desktop computer or on mobile devices that support Flash Player.”
It is believed that Apple may never allow flash player to be released for iPhone/iPad as the flash-enabled apps pose a great threat to the AppStore apps, and may divert AppStore’s customers towards the free flash-based apps on the web.
But now you can view the flash-enabled web pages on a few web-browsers available on the AppStore, one of which is Puffin Web Browser.
A free version of the web browser is available on the AppStore, which includes a 6-weeks trial of Adobe Flash support. To extend this to another 4 weeks, use the referral code – pbjpzxepminfa. To enter this go to Settings>Check Flash Trial.
Puffin web-browser is also available in the Android Market and gives a perfect competition to Chrome.
Most of the flash- based websites which we have tried work like a bliss. I hope this post helped you out, keep following for more!