Thursday, November 11, 2010

Apple iPhone: Skyfire App is Back! (Video) *Mobile browser converts Adobe Flash to HTML 5* AAPL

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Skyfire was temporarily pulled from Apple app store due to overwhelming demand


Skyfire App is Back: mobile browser converts Adobe Flash videos to HTML 5

Apple is selling 80,000 iPhones per day and the Skyfire app became the top selling app in a matter of hours upon introduction. Apple does not support Adobe Flash on iOS and utilizes HTML 5 instead. Skyfire does the conversion of Adobe Flash videos into HTML 5 so iOS users can watch Flash videos. Jeffrey Glueck, CEO of Skyfire, explains the current status, the abilities, and future of Skyfire in the video below.

(CNN) "Hot iPhone App Is Back": The Skyfire app for your iPhone lets you watch things in flash. It's so hot it sold out. But it's back. Ali Velshi reports.




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