Skyfire for iPad awaiting the green light from Apple

Build is done; just waiting for the go ahead for iPad Flash goodness.

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Published Thu, Dec 16 2010 11:55 PM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
Android, iPhone, and iPod Touch owners have had access to Skyfire for a bit, but iPad owners have been left in the dark. It's hard to believe, considering the Flash-capable browser scored over $1 million in sales in the first weekend it was available and was so highly demanded it shut down Skyfire's servers. It looks like this oversight is going to be corrected soon.

Skyfire for iPad awaiting the green light from Apple | TweakTown.com


According to Skyfire Labs, their first build for the iPad is complete and in Apple's hand awaiting their almighty approval. Along with the obvious Flash video capability, Skyfire for iPad will bring one touch access to Facebook and Twitter, Fireplace Feed Reader that filters your Facebook down to browsable pages, images, and videos while cutting out status updates, as well as Google Reader access. The app will reportedly sell for $4.99, which is two dollars more than the iPhone app. Android fans still get the app for free.
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