Following in YouTube’s steps, Facebook recently announced that it has stopped using Flash entirely for videos across the entire social network. It’s time to explain why Flash is being dumped in favor of HTML5.
If you try to watch your favorite HBO content on your Ubuntu machine, it just plain won’t work. Here is how you can watch HBO Now on Ubuntu and other Linux distros.
There is now a way to create a flashable ZIP of your favorite Android apps, and you can flash it to install all apps on your device in one go. Here is how you can do it.
Adobe Flash is always riddled with a range of security flaws and vulnerabilities. Here’s how you can protect yourself and disable Flash on all browsers.
Some of the more powerful users of Flash are discontinuing its use on their sites or apps. Will you still use Flash?
You are probably not aware that Flash has an “Rosetta” exploit. Here is what you need to know about Rosetta Flash exploit and what you can do about it.
Flashify is an Android app that allows you to take a URL that won’t load flash inside one browser and share it with another. The benefit of this app is that even if you don’t have a browser installed that can run flash, it’s still the fastest way to get links from one browser to another.
Flashify is a very useful application for Android devices that helps users share URL from a non-flash supported browser to another browser that supports flash. Instead of copy/pasting the URL manually from one browser to another, you can easily share the URL with a single tap with Flashify.
The Adobe flash app is no longer available for device running Android 4.1 and up. Here is how you can restore and use flash on your Android device.
If there’s been one knock against the Apple iOS system, it’s the inability to access FlashPlayer content. It’s become a very integral part of using the Internet. Everyone has given up on Adobe and Apple working out their differences to get something worked out, even with Steve Jobs’ death. This means we have to stop […]
The Internet is a scary virtual world for parents. Letting your children loose on the Internet is like sending them out on the street without a chaperone. Internet filters may protect them from stumbling upon the most offensive websites, but they do nothing to guide them to educational or kid-safe fun sites. That is up […]
One of the most common concerns when you are browsing the internet using your iPhone is how to stream flash videos. Over time, many iPhone app developers start to introduce their own version of applications that enable you to watch flash movies and video clips. Now, there is another way of watching or streaming flash […]
Love it or hate it, we all know Flash, but Microsoft’s equivalent, Silverlight, is a bit less well known. With Silverlight you can stream video and create animations, in fact you can even use it to create Windows sidebar widgets. However, in what may come as a bit of a shock, Microsoft Silverlight doesn’t play […]
Mac users, have you ever come across sites with impressive flash videos and wish that you can download them and play them in your desktop? Or perhaps you are doing a flash project and wish to have some flash files on hand for inspirations and references? What about taking a screenshot at a particular timeframe […]
Perhaps you want to dabble in web design. Perhaps you want a place to sell your crafts online. Perhaps the lady in the house next door really wants to post pictures of her cat. There are a lot of reasons to want a website, but not everyone is willing or able to design something nice […]