Flash 10.1 Gets Ported to the iPad

While Apple decided that its users didn't need flash on the iPad, one of the world's most widely used platforms on the internet, an enterprising user has managed to hack it onto the tablet PC and called it Frash. He has it working, ironically, in the Safari browser.

The same man behind this hack is the one who put together the rather popular Spirit untethered jailbreaking technique for the iPhone, proving once again that those working outside the system are always smarter than those working inside. The Frash conversion was apparently achieved by utilising the Flash runtime found on the iPhone's main rival platform Android, porting it over using a compatibility layer by comex.

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