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Hello friends i was wondering what would you recommend through cydia or the app store as an alternative for adobe flash. Thanks
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    Default Adobe flash alternatve for a jailbroken iphone 5.0.1
    Hello friends i was wondering what would you recommend through cydia or the app store as an alternative for adobe flash.

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    I've got photon browser and skyfire was interested in Frash but it is no longer good. I thought with all the traffic here and expertise someone would have some suggestions maybe the two browsers mentioned above are as good as it gets???

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    the lack of responce is probably due to nobody having an answer. the Iphone doesn't have flash so most of us have just learned to live with out it. Most mobile websites don't use flash.

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    Pretty much what Zfrost said. Those browsers were good but as time moves on people start to live without it or sites start using other technology compatible. Adobe even gave up on the mobile market for flash last year.

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