Skyfire browser that Apple has apparently already approved will alllow iOS users to watch Flash videos like the one below on their iOS devices. Skyfire submitted their app in August. The technology downloads video onto their servers and converts the flash video into HTML5, which'll then be streamed to your iOS device.
What's in Skyfire 2.0 for iPhone:
- Flash Video -- The "Video" icon enables users to play millions of Flash videos around the web that otherwise don't play on mobile. This unlocks content trapped behind those error messages with question marks and blue Legos by transcoding the Flash content into HTML5 on Skyfire's servers.
- Related Content -- The "Explore" icon brings the most relevant content on the Internet to a user's fingertips based on what they are viewing at the time. The Explore button pulls video, buzz, news, images and other sites from the wbased on what's on the current page.
Skyfire will be available for the App Store this Thursday at 9am and will sell for $2.99.