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iPhone News about the iPhone October 6, 2009 on 10:43 am | In iPhones | 1 Comment

Adobe took a new strategy to put , with the release later this year of Flash Pro CS5 Beta, Adobe will enable any Flash developer to create an iPhone application (.ipa file) and then the developer could send it to Apple for approval.

So it is definitely for Flash games on the iPhone, unfortunately, no Safari plugin to be able to see flash animations on web pages.

Quick video to explain it:

[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3CI5GyNXoA]

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  1. The easiest solution, which Adobe could do on its own, is to make a standalone Flash player, which people could use to watch Flash video files or animations by themselves. To get that into the market, Adobe would just need to submit it for inclusion into the iPhone apps store.

    Comment by — February 8, 2010 #

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