One of the problems with owning an iOS device is the lack of Flash support. While most popular Flash content available online have readily available alternatives (i.e. HTML5 YouTube), there’s still a lot of Flash content out there that’s inaccessible on iOS devices. More advanced Flash files like interactive apps and games can’t be remade so easily and folks using iOS devices just have to settle with not accessing such content or waiting for developers to come up with native app versions of it.
While this problem has already been solved for Flash videos by the Skyfire browser, it doesn’t handle Flash content such as games. Enter iSwifter. While it’s been around for quite a while now, the app has finally been updated (to version 4.1) and now supports Google+ Flash on the iOS platform. Previously, iSwifter only worked with Flash games on Facebook, but now the latest update adds support for Google+ Flash games as well. At the moment, iSwifter requires an iPad and a WiFi connection to work but you get to try it free for 30 minutes (after that you’ll have to pay $4.99). Oh, and for those of you who aren’t into Flash gaming, iSwifter also works with Flash videos. Check it out on the Apple App Store now.
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