Access Flash on iPhone? Cloud Browse removed from app store
Now we are all aware that you cannot access Flash on iPhone through either Safari nor the new Opera Mini browser. Thanks to an article over on gadgetsdna.com I can give you an update.
How would you have liked to have been able to access Flash and Java on your iPhone? Would you have liked to have been able to access flash enables sites to view and play games? I’m sure your all nodding your heads right now.
Well there is some good news and sadly some bad news. The good news is that you could have done all this with the Cloud Browse application which has been developed by AlwaysOnGames it promised to prevent limitations of a mobile browser and at the same time have all the functionally of a desktop browser such as Firefox with the blessing of being able to view flash content.
The Cloud Browse browser can or should I say could have played both flash video and also java applications on iPhone. Both of which as you know are not supported on iPhone Safari Browser. The browser also was packed with full multitouch pinch capabilities in order for you to zoom in and out as well as flick scrolling.
Now I am really sorry to have to be the bearer of the bad news in relation to this good news but sadly it is no longer available. The Cloud Browse iPhone app was free but it has now been reported that the application has since been removed from the app store, so does that lead us to believe that Steve Jobs doesn’t want flash on the iPhone?