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"iSwifter's New App Brings All Flash-Based Facebook Games to the iPad"

May 16, 2012

"While Facebook is slowly working out the kinks to bring more games to mobile, there's a small company in Menlo Park, Calif., that has beat them to it."
- AllThingsD

iSwifter makes iPad game streaming available to all PC game companies

March 5, 2012

"iSwifter is extending its platform so that a wider swatch of PC game companies can stream their games to Apple's tablet."
- Venture Beat

ReindeerCam -- Santa's Official Reindeer Live Feed -- Comes to the iPad With iSwifter

Dec 23, 2011

"iSwifter Brings Holiday Cheer to iPad Owners With a Special Visit to Santa's Workshop"
- Yahoo! Finance

iSwifter update brings Google+ games to iPad

Sept 22, 2011

"Users of Google+ looking to get in on the social network's gaming action now have an option to play while they're not in front of their computers."
- Elizabeth Fish, Macworld.com

iSwifter on track to exceed $10M in revenue for app streaming

Aug 22, 2011

"That's remarkably good traction for a startup that is still in its first year."
- Dean Takahashi, VentureBeat

iSwifter will bring Flash-free browsing to the Mac

July 26, 2011

"If developer iSwifter has its way, you won't need Flash Player on any of your Apple devices."
- Steve Sande, TUAW

iSwifter Heroically Wants To Replace Flash With HTML5 On Your Mac

July 26, 2011

"iSwifter, the app that lets iOS users play with Flash content, could soon be replacing Flash on their computers."
- Kwame Opam, Gizmodo

iSwifter's Flash workaround app coming to the Mac

July 25, 2011

"Everything Flash will be processed on the company's servers, then piped through the app, which iSwifter is positioning as a Web browser alternative."
- Josh Lowensohn, CNET

iSwifter snags 500K users to play Facebook games on the iPad

July 13, 2011

"...a strong start for a technology that circumvents Apple's walled garden on the iPad."
- Dean Takahashi, VentureBeat

iSwifter 3.0 brings Facebook gaming to the iPad

June 1, 2011

"iSwifter experience is jaw-dropping!"
-Jim Squires, Gamezebo

iSwifter Doubles Down on Social Gaming with Subscription Flash Browser for iPad

June 1, 2011

"...a boon to social game developers, who are able to bring their Flash-based games to the growing iPad audience without having to build native apps for iOS."
-Ryan Kim, GigaOm

Finally approved by Apple, iSwifter 3.0 launches its game browser for the iPad

June 1, 2011

"iSwifter is making the impossible possible with the launch of version 3.0..."
-Dean Takahashi, VentureBeat

iSwifter 3.0 Launches With New Subscription Model And Support For Facebook Games

June 1, 2011

"iSwifter an iPad app that allows developers to stream flash games to the tablet device, is launching a new version of its app today that supports a subscription based model for monthly gaming and includes a new browser feature that allows users to play social games on Facebook within the app."
-Leena Rao, TechCrunch

iSwifter Brings Flash-Based Games to the iPad

June 1, 2011

"...one of the most ambitious and sought after workarounds ever on the iPad."
-Kevin Stout, 148apps

Flash Gaming Comes to iPad

May 5, 2011

iSwifter, based in Burlingame, processes the Flash data in the cloud and sends it down to WiFi-enabled iPads, with eager users aiming to game or watch .flv files.

Start-Up iSwifter Brings Flash Games and More to the iPad

May 2, 2011

"Just Because Apple doesn't support Flash on the iPad doesn't mean one can't get Flash content running on the iPad"
-Ina Fried, Wall Street Journal - All Things Digital

Start-Up Allows Flash Games, Video on iPad

May 2, 2011

AllThingsD's Ina Fried talks with iSwifter Rajat Gupta about an iPad application that streams a browser session to the iPad, allowing content like Facebook games that wouldn't normally run on Apple's tablet
-Market Watch

iPad gets Flash yet again with iSwifter app, Android version coming soon

March 10, 2011

"Ever since Skyfire brought Flash to the iPad with its server-side solution, we've had a felling that others would try to emulate the experience and satisfy the general public's desire for the venerable format on Apple's tablet. iSwifter is another entrant to the space, and its app claims to allow access to any Flash content on the web..."
-Jacob Schulman-Engadget

iSwifter lets iPad access unlimited number of Flash videos and games

March 8, 2011

Apple still hasn't approved Adobe's Flash media player for the iPad. But that doesn't mean you can't run Flash content on the tablet. iSwifter is announcing today that it has created a browser for the iPad that allows users to access a virtually unlimited number of Flash content across the web.
-VentureBeat

iSwifter Streams Flash Games To iPads

September 22, 2010

New iPad application iSwifter aims to bring to Flash-based gaming to Apple's tablet based computer. According to YouWeb, the team behind the free app, iSwifter is the industry's first cloud-based Flash game streaming service specifically built for mobile devices including smartphones and tablets.
-Macworld

iSwifter Service Brings Flash Games To iPad

September 17, 2010

A cloud-based streaming service that allows iPad users to play Flash games on the Apple device has been released on the App Store. iSwifter streams Flash games from portals to its dedicated iPad application, in a similar way to console-focused services OnLive and Gaikai.
-Gamasutra

iSWiFTER app allows iPad users to play Flash titles

September 17, 2010

A tool which enables iPad users to play Flash games via a remote streaming connection is available on the App Store, with functioning titles playable from Facebook, AOL, Yahoo and Kongregate.
-GamesIndustry.biz

iSwifter brings Flash games to the iPad. Sort of.

September 17, 2010

One of the most consistent issues the iPad faces with many consumers is the lack of Flash support. Apple has made it very clear that they have no intention of changing their stance when it comes to allowing Flash on iDevices. That said, as the iPad continues to build its install base, more and more video sites are coming out with HTML5-based players that the iPad's Mobile Safari browser can use. As time passes, the lack of Flash video support becomes less and less of an issue.
-IT World

iSwifter, the OnLive for Flash Gaming on iOS

September 17, 2010

One of the most consistent issues the iPad faces with many consumers is the lack of Flash support. Apple has made it very clear that they have no intention of changing their stance when it comes to allowing Flash on iDevices. That said, as the iPad continues to build its install base, more and more video sites are coming out with HTML5-based players that the iPad's Mobile Safari browser can use. As time passes, the lack of Flash video support becomes less and less of an issue.
-MobileGamesBlog.com

iSwifter Streams Flash Games To iPads

September 17, 2010

iSwifter is a new iPad app that allows users to browse thorough and then play flash games from gaming portals on the web, with each game optimised for the iPad. iSwifter, does not run Flash on the iPad, but streams it to the tablet just like a Netflix movie or a YouTube video. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
-Geeky Gadgets

iSwifter Launches App To Stream Flash Games To iPads

September 16, 2010

iSwifter allows users to browse, play and rate Flash games from gaming portals on the web, with each game optimized for iPad. With With iSwifter, Flash does not run on the device at all but it is streamed to the tablet just like a Netflix movie or a YouTube video. So, game developers don't have to build a iOS specific app for their games, but can instead publish their Flash games to iSwifter.
-TechCrunch

iSwifter can stream Flash games to iPads and other mobile devices

September 16, 2010

Apple and Adobe are still patching up their differences over the Flash multimedia platform. But iSwifter has figured out a way around the current stand-off by streaming Flash games to Apple mobile devices. In doing so, iSwifter could have far-reaching consequences in the increasingly fragmented mobile markets.
-VentureBeat

Start-up aims to stream Flash games to iPads

September 16, 2010

Attention iPad owners pining for Flash-based games you enjoy playing on your PC: a start-up called iSwifter is launching technology today it says provides a way to tap into those games hosted on the Net.
-CNET

Flash gaming comes to Apple devices courtesy of iSwifter

September 16, 2010

Where some people see problems, others see opportunity. Take the folks behind iSwifter. While most iOS developers have been in a huff over Apple's refusal to allow Flash on their devices, the iSwifter team saw this as a challenge. How do you get Flash games onto an iDevice without actually using Flash? The answer, according to the newly launched iPad app iSwifter, is "streaming."
-Gamezebo

New YouWeb Company iSwifter Will Stream Flash Games Onto the iPhone

September 16, 2010

CrowdStar chairman Peter Relan's incubator, YouWeb, is looking for the magic formula in mobile gaming. Its latest attempt to find that formula is called iSwifter, a company that bears a lot of resemblance to the streaming game services Gaikai and OnLive.
-Inside Social Game

Apple Approved: iSwifter Lets You Play Popular Flash Games on the iPad

September 16, 2010

Even though Apple still refuses to allow Flash on the iOS platform, there is now a way to play at least some popular Flash-based games on the iPad. Apple just approved iSwifter (iTunes link), a free app that bypasses Apple's Flash embargo by simply streaming the games to your iPad, similar to what OnLive does with PC games. Games run on a central server and the iPad app basically works like a remote desktop client and relays the user's input back to the server.
-Read Write Web

Apple approves Flash games on iPad with iSwifter

September 16, 2010

Today, the online Flash games industry has taken a major step in reaching the mobile consumer with the launch of iSwifter. YouWeb, the technology incubator responsible for spinning out social gaming leader CrowdStar, mobile gaming powerhouse OpenFeint and trans-platform social game engine Sibblingz, is announcing iSwifter. iSwifter is a cloud-based Flash streaming service for mobile devices. With the application, consumers can enjoy popular casual and social games, streamed directly to their iPads. iSwifter plans to continuously update the service with performance and scalability enhancements and even support for 3G networks. iPhones, iTouch devices and, if the market demands, Android smartphones and tablets will be supported later this year as well.
-Gomo News

iSwifter Streams Flash To You – For Better Or Worse

September 16, 2010

For better or worse, Apple's App Store submission policies became much more lax last week. In Apple's own words, "In particular, we are relaxing all restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps, as long as the resulting apps do not download any code. This should give developers the flexibility they want, while preserving the security we need."
-148Apps

iSwifter Launches Flash Games for iOS Devices

September 16, 2010

We all know that Apple and Adobe don't really see eye to eye when it comes to flash working on mobile devices. However, this didn't mean that the whole idea of playing flash games on your iOS devices is completely over, as many have since converted their flash games over to the platform natively such as Zynga with FarmVille. YouWeb Inc., who are experts in converting flash games for iOS, have come up with an even easier solution with iSwifter which looks to bring flash games on the iOS platform.
-Frisky Mongoose

Is iSwifter the solution for Flash games on the iPad?

September 16, 2010

YouWeb Inc, the company behind CrowdStar, AuroraFeint and Sibblingz, posted a new iPad application called iSwifter. iSwifter brings to your iPad popular games from the biggest online gaming portals such as Yahoo! Games, Aol Games.com, Facebook, Kongregate and others.
-All News Mac