Posts Tagged ‘firefox’
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!
Tags: chrome browser, Cloud based streaming, cloud browsing, Esports, firefox, firefox browser, Flash on iPad, How to, Java on iPad, Massive Multiplayer Online Games, MMO Games, online gaming, Plarium Games, secure browsing on ipad, Stormfall Age of War, Streaming, Virtual Chrome, virtual firefox
Times, they are a-changin’. Storage is getting cheaper, bandwidth is less tightly restricted and, as such, the apps we use are getting bigger.
For the first time since the launch of the App Store, Apple has increased the maximum size allowed for apps and games distributed through its App Store…read more
Twitch made streaming video games into a hugely popular phenomenon, so what could be the next big live-streaming thing? Perhaps it’s watching other people code…read more
Conducting research is an essential part of writing quality blog content. To be a credible industry expert, you need facts, stats, figures, and examples at your disposal — all external validation that shows you know your stuff…read more
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Tags: alwaysonpc, Apple streaming from iPad, chrome, chrome browser, Chrome Extensions, Cloud based streaming, cloud browsing, firefox, Flash, Flash on iPad, Flash on iPhone, flash player, How to get Flash on iPad
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 10, 2015
Xform Computing, Inc.
The virtualBrowser for Firefox iPad and iPhone Apps from Xform Computing Inc. now offer support for the latest Adobe Flash Player utilizing the Linux OS Platform
Mozilla Firefox for Linux now can run the latest version of Adobe Flash Player thanks to the freshplayerplugin open source project. Utilizing this plugin, Xform delivers the latest Flash Player for Firefox on iPhone and iPad.
Santa Barbara, CA — Xform Computing Inc., the leader in open-source based cloud-streaming apps for mobile devices, is excited to announce the latest update for all Virtual Browser for Firefox users. This recent update to the Virtual Browser for Firefox app on iPhone and iPad will allow users to continue to access the latest version of Adobe Flash Player that Mozilla decided to to no longer support after Adobe Flash player version 11.2.
From the Adobe Blog:
“For Flash Player releases after 11.2, the Flash Player browser plugin for Linux will only be available via the “Pepper” API as part of the Google Chrome browser distribution and will no longer be available as a direct download from Adobe. Adobe will continue to provide security updates to non-Pepper distributions of Flash Player 11.2 on Linux for five years from its release.”
The Xform engineering team was able to deploy a solution for Adobe Flash Player on Linux that was compatible with the latest version of Firefox thanks to the freshplayerplugin open source project. Users will be able to run the latest version of Flash and Java, as well as Mozilla Firefox Add-ons and extensions on both iPad and iPhone with support for Firefox sync.
Popular games such as Runescape, Pogo.com, United Unimatic, BNSF Railways will continue to have support on our popular Virtual Browser for Firefox Platform for iOS.
“One of the best browser comes to the ipad in a very powerful experience. Runs really well, and the virtual solution is amazing. Really well implemented. A must have for user that take the web serious.” – iOS Review January 2015
“This is really powerful browser for your device. You can do what you’re usually do on your desktop browser. You can run Java applications, use different kinds of extensions and plugins. I like the interface and simple navigations.” – iOS Review January 2015
Virtual Firefox browser a top 10 app in paid Business apps 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.
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’s apps include Virtual Browser for Firefox, VirtualBrowser 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
Kroum Antov, Chief Executive Officer
Xform Computing, Inc.
Tags: firefox, firefox browser, Flash, Flash on iOS, Flash on iPad, How to, java, Java on iPhone, Streaming
AlwaysOnPC turns your Kindle Fire HD into a complete virtual computer in the cloud pre-loaded with over 40 apps that you can access anytime from anywhere.
You can now edit and work on your existing documents created in Microsoft Office like Excel, Word and Powerpoint all from your existing AlwaysOnPC account with Dropbox Simply link your existing Dropbox account with your AlwaysOnPC account and begin to edit your Microsoft Office docs right on your Kindle Fire HD or HDX with Open Office anytime from anywhere.
Check out our demo video:
Download links to the right.
Tags: alwaysonpc, chrome, chrome browser, dropbox on kindle fire, firefox, firefox browser, Flash, flash player, java, microsoft office, office suite, open office suite