If you really need it, though, there are a lot of great apps for this. If you have any other ways, or if you like a certain way better, to watch Flash content on your new i Pad, let us know!Adobe Flash Player is an essential plugin for your browser that allows you to view everything from video to games and animation on the web.As of 2016, Web applications and RIAs can be developed with Flash using the Action Script 3.0 programming language and related tools such as Adobe Flash Builder.Third-party IDEs such as Flash Develop and Powerflasher FDT also enable developers to create Flash games and applications, and are generally similar to Microsoft Visual Studio.
Related development platform Adobe AIR continues to be supported.
Before you try anything else, simply try going to the website in Safari.
And if it doesn't work automatically, look for link for "Mobile version" or "i Phone/i Pad optimized", use it.
If a Flash video or game won't play in Safari, go to the App Store and search for the name of the website or the name of the game. Instead of trying to render Flash video on the i Pad, there are a few alternative web browsers on the App Store that render Flash on their own servers, then convert it to HTML5/H.264 video and stream it live to your i Pad. This is the nuclear option, but it's still an option.
Generally, you tap the Flash video you want to watch, it takes a few moments to start processing in the cloud, and then the video starts to play. If you really need to access a full Flash site on your i Pad, one way to do it is to establish a remote VNC connection to your laptop or desktop Mac or Windows PC.
Although Flash was previously a dominant platform for online multimedia content, it is slowly being abandoned as Adobe favors a transition to HTML5.