Adobe brings Flash to iPhone at last

Ben Parfitt
Adobe brings Flash to iPhone at last

Adobe has released a conversion application that it says can allow Flash games to play on iPhone for the first time.

The move is the latest twist in a long-standing rift between Flash owner Adobe and smartphone giant Apple. The Mac group has always blocked Flash from its hugely popular iPhone and iPad devices, instead calling on developers to adopt the rival HTML5 standard.

But Adobe appears to have performed a coup against Apple, by releasing an “experimental Flash to HTML5 conversion tool”.

For the full story visit our sister-site Develop.

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Tags: Apple , ios , flash , adobe , conversion , html5

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