Believe it or not, Flash might run on the iPad with a hack or two and even a namechange… We’re talking about the “Frash” workaround, that ports Flash technology from Android and plays YouTube videos by using a compatibility layer, in order to play Flash content natively on Safari.

Only the iPad version is working right now, while iPhone 3GS will also be available soon, through iOS 4, of course. The project is gathering developers at GitHub and we have to mention that the degree of legitimacy of the port/hack is not known yet. This is the work of Comex, who shows us the following blurry videos of Frash for iOS:

[via Engadget]

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