One of the most talked about applications that you will not find on the iPhone is Adobe's Flash. Steve Jobs has been very clear: He does not plan to have Flash on the iPhone. You can, however, still experience Flash legally and safely through your iPhone. Using the free app, Cloud Browse, you can use the power of cloud computing to operate a flash player.
Things You'll Need
- App store account
Go to App store. Search for and download the Cloud Browse app.
Open the Cloud Browse application.
Click the "Web" button found at the bottom of the screen.
Type the website from which you wish to see Flash content.
Use the gestures found in the information tab to enjoy the Flash content.
Tips & Warnings
- According to the developers of Cloud Browse, "Because Cloud Browse runs the browsers on a remote machine and not on your iPhone, there is no need to worry about websites grabbing your private information or leaving a trail of your browsing history."
- The gestures within the app are not intuitive and tricky to learn. Use the information button found at the bottom right corner of the screen to find out more.
- Photo Credit leaden clouds. grey clouds and blue sky image by Aleksandr Ugorenkov from Fotolia.com
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