Adobe Flash May Come To Windows Phone 7 Through iSwifter

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iSwifter is a new application that went live on Apple’s App Store and soon in Android marketplace as well. The application streams Flash content to the devices through its servers. Here is the application description,

iSWiFTER is the industry’s first cloud-based Flash game streaming service specifically built for mobile devices including smart phones and tablets, spanning mobile platforms such as Apple’s iOS and Android. Low-cost servers in the cloud run abstraction software that intelligently converts browser-based Flash games to a form that is optimized for individual mobile devices, complete with multi-touch gesture support for game interaction, and accommodating different screen sizes. A client app connects to the gaming servers in the cloud to download streaming content live to the mobile device.

So how is it related to Windows Phone 7? Here is the Q&A from FAQ section of the iSwifter,

1. Which mobile platforms does iSWiFTER support?

We currently only support iOS but Android support is coming soon. If the market demands, we’ll take it to Windows Phone 7 as well.

Do we really need this app at Zune marketplace?

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