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VirtualBrowser for Firefox with Flash and Java is the only app that allows you to play MMO games like Stormfall: Age of War on your iPad or iPhone.
It’s true. Our VirtualBrowser for Firefox app available on the Appstore for both iPhone (Download Here) and iPad (Download Here) is the only place you can play Flash and Java games like Stormfall: Age of War.
Stormfall: Age of War is a competitive Massive Multiplayer Online game or MMO. If you do a search for Stormfall: Age of War on your iPad or iPhone it takes you to the Plarium hosted page which redirects you to the Appstore to download the iPhone app for another game Stormfall: Rise of Balur. Why would you want to download another app for a game that you could play online anytime with VirtualBrowser for Firefox?
Step 1: Attempt to Download Stormfall: Age of War for iOS (Screenshot from iPad)
Step 2: Download an entirely different app for iPhone only (Screenshot from Appstore on iPad)
Watch this video to see that playing Flash and Java games is as easy as downloading VirtualBrowser for Firefox!
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We’ve updated to version 2.0.8 of our Virtual Browser for Chrome with Flash Player, Java and Browser extensions. This update fixes various issues with iOS 8 and provides more stability.
Apple is now starting to notify developers to start to update all apps with 64-bit support. This article on AppleInsider.com goes into more depth on why this will be an important move for developers in the App Store.
This update will address those issues and a minor issue affecting users iCloud accounts. Again always make sure that your iCloud account is active and with the correct login credentials. If you switch iCloud accounts our app may not be able to recognize your Premium purchase.
The newest update for Virtual Browser for Chrome with Flash Player, Java and Browser Extensions is out now!
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App Updates for all Virtual Browser Products: Virtual Browser for Chrome, Virtual Browser for Firefox and Private Anonymous Browser for iPad and iPhone.
Santa Barbara, CA — Xform Computing Inc., a leader in open-source based cloud-streaming apps for mobile devices, is excited to announce an update to our existing lineup of iOS apps. This app update (Versions 2.0.7, 2.0.5 and 1.0.3) fixes a bug issue that was prompting many users to “Recover” their premium accounts even if they had already upgraded. If a user choose the yes option to recover they could get stuck in a loop or they would be prompted to “Recover” again if they closed the application out.
This newest update fixes that bug issue for all Virtual Browser products and will allow users to continue to seamlessly use the Premium features with an updated in-app purchase model.
All our Virtual Browser products run Flash, Java as well as the ability to use Firefox Add-Ons (Virtual Browser for Firefox only) Chrome web apps and Extensions with both our Virtual Chrome and Private Anonymous Browser apps. Private Anonymous Browser runs in a private incognito tab that securely protects your privacy and data. All mobile sessions are SSH encrypted end to end.
Virtual Browser for Firefox ranks #3 (Appfigures.com data August 14, 2014) in paid Business apps and is the only app to run the real Mozilla Firefox browser with “desktop class” features like Java, Flash, Firefox Add-Ons, Extension and much more.
Virtual Browser for Chrome ranks #20 in the Utilities category on the AppStore with it also in the top 25 for Top Grossing apps in that category (Appfigures.com data on August 14, 2014).
About Xform Computing
Xform delivers the power of cloud-hosted desktops and applications to iPad, iPhone and Android phones and tablets. Xform has Cloud clusters deployed in the US and Europe, with more to be announced in 2014. With over 1.5 million virtual desktops created and streamed to customer’s PC’s and mobile devices, Xform Computing’s apps include Virtual Browser for Firefox, Virtual Browser for Chrome, Private Anonymous Browser and AlwaysOnPC. The apps are sold in the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon Apps, and other marketplaces.
Learn more at http://www.xformcomputing.com
Chief Executive Officer
Xform Computing, Inc.
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