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Old 06-04-2010, 04:07 AM   #1
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I always get my "news fix" from the BBC News web site. This works very well indeed on the iPad except for the annoying feature that none of the video (of which there's a lot on the BBC site) works, because it uses "Flash".

Is there any 3rd part app available for the iPad which will enable me to view this?

Thanks!
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I think you're going to be unlucky as Apple doesn't like Flash and so I can't see anyone building a Flash Emulator that apple would be happy with.
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I think you're going to be unlucky as Apple doesn't like Flash and so I can't see anyone building a Flash Emulator that apple would be happy with.
iPlayer already works on iPad and has done since day one!?

all BBC video works as they use iPlayer to host it. however you may have to navigate iplayer- news story rather than the other way round but im not certain on that.

http://crave.cnet.co.uk/software/0,3...9305793,00.htm
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