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If flash is very important to you to play on a mobile device. Your only two options is a windows phone/tablet or an android. But flash on android is only supported up to 11.2.x. Any website requiring flash beyond 11.2 then you're out of luck.
Last edited by CrackerPunk; 08-29-2013 at 02:13 PM.
Adobe’s Flash platform is not supported by Apple for iOS devices, despite being supported on the Mac with the appropriate plug-in install after your initial setup.
To view Flash based content on your iOS device, you will need a third party web browser app that supports this functionality. One that is available is called Photon Flash Player. Please be aware that we are not endorsing this app, we are merely pointing out that it exists.