- 05-07-2013, 08:31 PM #1
I was just wondering if by chance someone knew of an app that was similar to Skyfire browser on Android?
I've been looking for awhile now and have come up empty in my searches.
I need an app that would let me use a flash based site.
I still love my Samsung Focus, but I really need this feature if I'm going to keep using it.
Also, even if it's a WP8 app, I don't. Really mind as I was thinking of upgrading soon.
I really appreciate any help on this matter.
- 05-07-2013, 08:38 PM #3
Adobe killed flash on mobile devices. To be honest, I've never been impressed with flash on webOS or Android.
- 05-08-2013, 02:40 AM #6
Flash Videos, and FlashVideo+TubeMusic are good replacements for Adobe Flash. GetThemAll will let you download many types of files from browser.Favorite Apps: Windows Phone News, WPCentral, TV Series, Flash Sports, myTube, Metrotube, wpTorrent, Yxplayer WP8, Moliplayer Pro, Package Tracker, NZBConnect, Media Browser, Audiotica 4, MP3 finder, User Agent Switcher, UC Browser, GetThemAll, Amazing Music, Music+, MetroRadio, FlashVideo, Navigon, WebApps, Note It
- 05-08-2013, 04:48 PM #8
I don't need flash for videos or anything like that.
What I actually need flash for is to practice my Chinese.
I use a website to do that as it's. The best and I've yet to find a better way.
I know it sounds a little funny, but that's a pretty important thing for me being able to practice on my phone.
I was just hoping they had finally ported Skyfire to WP8, as I believe it doesn't actually use the flash player on your phone, but instead opts to run the flash on their servers and let's you interact with it. Not positive, but I'm pretty sure that's how it works.
I had even considered buying an iPod just to use the Skritter app they have on it.
- 05-09-2013, 01:54 AM #10
I would use remote desktop, but I don't have a desktop PC at my house.
All of my PC's are laptops and I would hate to leave them plugged in and powered on while I was out of the house.
While I have been thinking lately just buying an iPod to use alongside a WP8 is probably my best choice. I already know the developers of Skritter won't. Port their app over to another platform anytime soon.
I would switch to a different app for my mobile learning, but this is the only one that actually does help me with remembering how to write the characters.
I do appreciate all of the help from everyone on here.
- 05-09-2013, 02:23 AM #11
Surface RT has built in Adobe Flash if you're willing to try.Favorite Apps: Windows Phone News, WPCentral, TV Series, Flash Sports, myTube, Metrotube, wpTorrent, Yxplayer WP8, Moliplayer Pro, Package Tracker, NZBConnect, Media Browser, Audiotica 4, MP3 finder, User Agent Switcher, UC Browser, GetThemAll, Amazing Music, Music+, MetroRadio, FlashVideo, Navigon, WebApps, Note It
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