After Adobe has released the Flash Player version 11.1, the application was not supported anymore on Android. In other words, if you want to view flash content you will have to use a third-party browser.
Keep in mind that there are many websites out there that claim that they offer an APK package that will install the Flash Player on your device. All of them are scams, so make sure that you don’t download anything from there or you will most likely end up with a malware on your mobile device.
Here are the best third-party browsers that you can install on your mobile device in order to view Flash content
FlashFox – the old favorite
FlashFox is one of those browsers that can it can render Flash content from website very effectively on Android devices. However, this doesn’t mean that it is the best solution, as the browser will not support any Flash content that has been programmed with Flash version above version 11.1.
The Flash player will not be activated on Dolphin Browser by default, which means that after you install it on your mobile device you will need to head to Settings by tapping on the “Dolphin” icon inside the browser, then select Web Content->Flash Player and set it “Always On”.
After that, you will need to load a webpage that uses Flash Player and you will be asked to install the Flash Player (tap download when prompted). Keep in mind that you will need to enable “Unknown Sources” option that’s found on Settings->Security or the Flash Player will not be installed.
Puffin Browser is regularly updated to support the latest Flash version, which is always a good thing. At the same time, this browser can emulate a mouse and arrow keys in an overlay, which means that it will feel like you’re actually browsing from a computer. Puffin Browser will render the Flash content in the cloud, which means that playback will not be always as good as it will in other browsers (most likely because it usually transfers data from overseas). This is the reason why we recommend you to lower the Flash quality in the browser settings in case you have any issues with the flash content.
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