An application designed to allow iPad owners play Flash-based games with the help of remote streaming has been approved by Apple.
The new application, iSwifter, will now enable iPad owners to play Flash games on their tablet computers through web-based platforms including Yahoo Games, Facebook, AOL Games and Kongregate, Inside Social Games reports.
Developed by YouWeb, iSwifter is a game streaming service-based on the cloud and works exactly like YouTube streaming a video or like NetFlix buffers a movie. YouWeb is the name behind developing firm Crowdstar, AuroraFeint and Sibblings.
The application comes to the iTunes App Store following Apple’s decision to revoke a ban on Flash services for its devices.
Currently, the application uses a Wi-Fi connection, 3G connection for the same is under development. The application is available on Apple’s iPad across the world for free.
iSwifter hopes to add more gaming platforms to the service as it currently develops versions for Android and Windows 7 based mobile phones.