Skyfire iOS browser approved by Apple, converts Flash video to HTML5 [Video]

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A new iPhone and iPad mobile browser from Skyfire was recently approved by Apple. This new iOS application converts Flash-based video to HTML5 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The app, which is priced at $2.99 and tomorrow will be available for download from the App Store, activates a function that allows Flash video content in the browser to be sent to Skyfire's servers, converted to HTML5, and sent back to the device for display. However, it won't work with Flash-based games, which require interactivity, or popular TV streaming site Hulu.

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  1. дайте ссылочку,че то не нашел ни в нашем,не америкосовском аппсторе



    3 Nov 10 at 2:46 pm

  2. Это потому что пообещали появление приложения в App Store утром в четверг :)



    3 Nov 10 at 4:46 pm

  3. http://skyfire.com - здесь можно прочитать о программе и ее приобрести. Но пока покупка не возможна, так как в App Store она уже распродана. как сказал производитель: "Мы не ожидали, что столкнемся с таким небывалым спросом".


    admin Reply:

    Да, вот что пишут на сайте:

    Skyfire for iPhone has been received with unbelievable enthusiasm. Despite our best attempts and predictions, the demand far exceeds our initial projections.

    The user experience was performing well for the first few hours, but as the surge continued, the peak load on our servers and bandwidth caused the video experience to degrade.

    Thus we are effectively ‘sold out’ and will temporarily not accept new purchases from the App Store. We are working really hard to increase capacity and will be accepting new purchases from the App Store as soon as we can support it.



    4 Nov 10 at 8:42 am

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