As the row between Apple and Adobe over Flash on the iPhone OS continued to grow, we thought circumventing the issue entirely might be disruptive. If we could seamlessly deliver a site that uses Flash in Mobile Safari without installing any additional apps there’d be tons of potential uses, especially for large organizations trying to leverage existing content.
Today, we’re sharing a few videos of an early proof-of-concept. One of the best parts of this implementation is that there’s nothing Jobs can do about it without castrating the web experience on the iPad/iPhone altogether. It’s not jail-broken and it doesn’t require an app or a plug-in: Just the default Safari browser.