Adobe found a loophole to iPad

Adobe found a loophole for penetration into Apple tablet computer. The fact of the matter is that despite a flat Flash technology ban on iPad, there appears more and more legal ways to bypass this taboo. One of these ways is officially supported by Adobe.

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Everything is simple as rolling off a log, such alternative route is a new technology that converts Flash-based content into HTML5 code, the technology is developed by Greystripe, which is currently working with Adobe on a very interesting project realization. As this is real time converting, companies will develop interactive cross-platform advertising solution with the view of Flash-ad demonstration on devices without Flash technology support. One of such devices is Apple iPad. It looks like a return match, doesn’t it?

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