“We just saw Flash 10.1 ported to the iPad demonstrated in video form by Comex, and now you can get in on the action too, as long as your iPad is jailbroken. It’s called Frash, and while the plugin is still pretty early and doesn’t do video playback yet, you can definitely play games and other animations right now, and we’re told video support is forthcoming. Okay, so let’s try this out, shall we? It’s not point-and-click simple, but it’s not that hard, either. Full instructions after the break. ”
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If you can’t give up your Flash apps Engadget can tell you about the Frash app, available to install on jailbroken iPads. Once you’ve unlocked the iPad and have installed software able to communicate between your machine and iPad and installed Frash then you will get an ‘F’ icon on embedded Flash elements and clicking that will enable playback. The app is still very young and the Flash playback is a little less smooth than you might want but at least you won’t be dependent on the existence of HTML5 versions of your favourite videos.