A new hack called Smokescreen will bring Adobe Flash support to the iPhone and iPad platform to be rendered in the browser via conversion of Flash to Javascript. The hackery magic was created by an ad firm, RevShock, that weighs in at 175 KB with 8,000 lines of code. Intended to be used to display ads, the hack has the potential also for Flash-based videos, games, and other interactive content on the iPad and iPhone.

Smokescreen – iPad demo #1 from Chris @ RevShockAds on Vimeo.

(via: IntoMobile)

You May Also Like
MediaTek 5G chipset

MediaTek 5G chips could power some Samsung smartphones

According to a recent report from China, MediaTek is actively sampling its 5G chips to Samsung, potentially powering some Galaxy devices next year.

Pocketnow Daily: Samsung Galaxy S11 SPOTTED In the Wild! (108MP Unique Camera) (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the real life leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy S11, the new OnePlus 8 Lite and more
Galaxy S10 Lite Note 10 Lite

We have the leaked prices for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Note Lite, A51 and A71

We are waiting for an official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite, but while we wait, here’s their rumored pricing