Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 9:10 AM (in response to tessfromshaker heights)
You can put flash on your iPad. Using one of the apps. I use Photon for my online homework when I use the iPad. There is Skyfire & someone else recently suggested iswifter is a free app. For me Photon worked better with the flash, and it was easier to maneuver than Skyfire. However, Skyfire has made some updates, but I have not tried to do my online homework on there.
Good Luck with your studies!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 9:20 AM (in response to magsmom)
You can put flash on your iPad.
No you cannot. You can view Flash content with these apps but Flash is not on your iPad.
They trigger a remote server to play the Flash content and stream it to your iPad.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 9:25 AM (in response to tessfromshaker heights)
Adobe no longer supports Flash on mobile devices. This week, Adobe announced that they are stopping support for the browser plug-ins too. Starting with the Linux/X11 version of the browser plug-in, Flash plugin is being retired. Adobe has made a deal with Google to allow them to maintain their own version of Flash for the Chrome browser. However, it looks as though Adobe is making headway on their plan to phase out browser-based Flash.
Your e-learning sites will no doubt migrate with time as people work on migration from Flash. Their two choices are HTML5 for a browser, or desktop Flash Player (not in the browser; you'll need to download the app to a computer and use it).
There are a few applications like SkyFire that support Flash on iOS (by attempting to translate the Flash code). Search the AppStore.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 9:35 AM (in response to magsmom)
You are a bit think in the head, right? It will never be a standard feature. Flash is being deprecated and will no longer be around in the not-to-distant future. Site managers will need to start converting their sites soon. The one's that are not converted are the ones no one has updated in years. Concentrate on reading comprehension in your school work.'09 Mac mini, iPad 2, iPhone 4S, Mac OS X (10.7.3), iOS (5.0.1) Mac fanboi since 1984!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 9:38 AM (in response to magsmom)
What does Symantec have to do with it? They make crappy antivirus software, not flash. Or did you mean "semantics". But it isn't semantics, Chris is correct it does not put Flash on your iPad and if they stop streaming it won't work anymore.
And Flash will not be a standard feature on any device, which you would know if you read the posts here. Adobe has ceased development on mobile Flash. Get over it.
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Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 9:37 AM (in response to magsmom)
Whatever . . . symantics . . u can "use" flash on iPad
You mean you can view Flash video,. You cannot play Flash games.
and maybe one day it will be a standard feature. Get over it.
Just th eopposite. How would it be a standard feature if it is no longer made by the company that used to make it? Adobe abandonded Flash for mobile deices a few months ago.
It will not be a standard feature and it will be eliminated from all mobile devices in the future.
Get over it.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 4:07 PM (in response to cherylfromirwin)
This thread is getting to be funny. Watching the cognitive dissonance of those demanding third party software that no longer exists is hilarious.
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Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 4:21 PM (in response to cherylfromirwin)
There is no way to use flash on safari however, in the app store there is an app called puffin that lets use use adobe for most things online. I have it and I think it is amazing! There is a free version that you should try out first. If you like it, but the much-better full version for 99¢
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2012 6:10 PM (in response to Q212)
There is no way to use flash on safari however, in the app store there is an app called puffin that lets use use adobe for most things online.
Let's you use Adobe what?
Adobe is a company.