Version: 1.2 (3)
Package: com.nightshadelabs.anotherbrowser
1,660 downloads
0.04 MB (41,663 bytes)
Min: Android 2.1 (Eclair, API 7)
Target: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21)
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Uploaded April 7, 2015 at 6:04PM UTC by Artem Russakovskii
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APK Notes:

Changed App Icon, added support for Maxithon Browser

Changed App Icon, added support for Maxithon Browser
Flashify lets you share a url from your web browser to another app or even another web browser.

This app does not include Flash, it just makes Flash easier to access after it's installed.

I wrote it because I was annoyed that Chrome doesn't support Flash and likely never will. This lets you easily switch to another browser that does support Flash without awkwardly copying and pasting the url.

Flashify has other uses too, it is useful for anyone that wants to switch browsers quickly on the same website. Or you can open the Youtube APP from the Youtube WEBSITE. The same thing works with most popular websites.

It has been tested with Chrome, Dolphin, Firefox, Opera Mobile, Maxthon, Puffin, Photon, Browser (default) and should work in all browsers via the Share option.

Flash support is variable in these browsers but Photon Browser seems to be the most reliable.

To use Flashify, open your favorite browser, find the menu->Share->Flashify. Look at the screenshots to see how it works visually.
THIS APP WON'T SHOW UP IN THE APP DRAW OR THE DESKTOP. It only adds an option to the SHARE MENU IN YOUR BROWSER.

If you can't figure out how Flashify works, please email me and I will explain further. I can't respond to comments!

Flashify is open sourced on GitHub: <a href="www.google.com/url?q=https://www.google.com/url?q%3Dhttps://github.com/GodsMoon/Flashify%26sa%3DD%26usg%3DAFQjCNE9qubt5rHqGhGLPTfqePrd55F87A&sa=D&usg=AFQjCNHmNDPw5sifdWMTmuW-uk6sI5iT_w" target="_blank">github.com/GodsMoon/Flashify</a>

Special thanks to Jose Cordoba for the new name and Rob Wilson for the video review and explanation.
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