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Browser with a built-in flash player
Author: Kirill Muhin
Date: 13 Jun 2017, tested on ASUS Nexus 7
FlashFox - it does for Android, which allows you to watch video and run games directly from websites. Built-in flash-player allows you to interact with all elements of web pages, as well as on a PC. In addition, you get access to a large set of plug-ins designed for FireFox.
The application interface is concise, without unnecessary buttons and clutter panels. Constantly displays only the top row where the search and there are standard function keys: update vperednazad. All additional functions are invoked by pressing the "menu". Also very conveniently cleaned list of open tabs that appears right after the slide.
App FeaturesOf course, the main feature and part-time opportunity - this technology support flash, which is commonly used on web sites. Through this, you easily and naturally be able to view videos and even browser games run on your device without any additional software.
It is also important that the browser supports plugins that greatly simplify the work of the Internet on your mobile device. Download and install the add-on can be in the program interface, in which case it uses the repository FireFox and essentially gives access to a large number of add-ons released, though most of them will not work.
In the end it should be noted that brazuer is reasonably robust and easily displays most sites. Difficulties can arise only with a very "heavy" pages. By the way, if necessary, you can change the useragent: mobile or PC, which determines the type of display the site. And the load to this, the developers added the ability to visit the pages in incognito mode, but it works quite slowly.
FlashFox Features for Android:
- Built-in flash-player;
- Easy to use;
- Support for plug-ins;
- Some pages display modes;
- Incognito mode.
By its application is extremely useful idea, but a bit summed up the implementation. Browser can not play every video and can often just hang when you try to run some online player. The same problem occurs with the browser-based games. Try out the software for free, but will have to put up with advertising banners and lack some features. Pro-version of the program applies a fee, at a price of $ 3.
ResumeFlashFox for someone can be a dream come true, because you can work with flash-technology on your mobile device. Deficiencies until enough, but the project is progressing and it is hoped that developers patch up all the holes.