It’s been reported that a developer has submitted a Adobe Mobile Flash Plug-in for use on the iPhone. Fans hoping for the plug-in to stay though might be disappointed as it breaks all kinds of agreements and may not get a public release.
As reported from PCMag, developer Jonah Grant submitted the Flash plug-in on Friday April 24th. One of the main problems that lies with his Flash plug-in is that the Apple developer agreements forbids the use of separate download code.
An Application may not itself install or launch other executable code by any means, taken from part of Apple’s agreement.
This is going to be a disappointment for many iPhone owners who are desperately waiting for some good flash support.
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