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Hey all,
I was never really bothered by my iPhone's, and now iPad's lack of Flash support, however, as of late, I have been playing a few of those Facebook games (Farmville etc). For my job, I have a Logmein account, so I purchased the Logmein Ignition app for iPad. The app was $30.00, the Logmein account was free. So now I login to my work computer on the iPad, and play Farmville full screen! It works really well for me, a touch slow at times, but for the most part it's great!

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The iPad 3G is simply amazing! Love it love it love it!
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Can you change the orientation? Or are you stuck in Portrait?
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hum, it seemd the iPad does not support flash. It is because the core browser Apple Sarafi never support flash. not sure.....
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hum, it seemd the iPad does not support flash. It is because the core browser Apple Sarafi never support flash. not sure.....
I guess you've not been watching all the ruckus about Flash and Apple..Apple claims that Flash isn't well suited to work in an embedded environment and is a power/battery hog..

So none of the Apple devices do and will support Flash.

Safari on the desktop definitely supports Flash..

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I guess you've not been watching all the ruckus about Flash and Apple..Apple claims that Flash isn't well suited to work in an embedded environment and is a power/battery hog..

So none of the Apple devices do and will support Flash.

Safari on the desktop definitely supports Flash..

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