At the moment it can only convert simple Flash files, so don’t expect to be porting over complex games to HTML5. Ads and simple Flash files convert without a hitch. In fact you can check out the sample gallery on the Swiffy page to see how well it works out (it actually looks pretty good). If you’re interested in converting Flash files into HTML5, head over to the Swiffy website.
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