Skyfire Android


With Skyfire you can browse the web on your old phone visiting sites that host Flash contents without needing to download any kind of additional complement

9/10 (2 Votes)

The Flash plug-in has been gradually disabled in browsers like Chrome or Firefox in favor of HTML5, mainly due to security problems. In any case, we can still find browsers that support contents played in Flash as is the case of Dolphin Browser, Puffin Browser or this Skyfire for Android.

Stop looking for a way to play Flash on Android and start downloading this browser

It's a web browser that offers us interesting options, such as the possibility to view a version of pages optimized for mobile phones (a recommendable feature to adjust sizes, save data and other aspects) or a full version. And you'll also have the chance to visit websites developed with Adobe's application to integrate multimedia content: there are over 200,000 sites on the Internet that you can access without having to download any additional complements.

Browse without restrictions and without having to download anything extra.

Furthermore, its features make it really appropriate to browse without using up too many data. Although it has been surpassed by other browsers such as the above-mentioned Puffin and Dolphin, if you've got an old phone without too many resources, it doesn't demand too many requirements: it runs on anything above Android 2.0.

  • Fast web loading.
  • Supports Flash and Java.
  • Includes a tutorial.
  • Automatically detects videos and other playable contents.
Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.0.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Skyfire Labs, Inc.
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