Flash Gadgets and iPhone Ported Things
So Mr. iPhone, we too can play this game. You give Apple users some really pointless apps that trick us into thinking that you have a lot of extra cool stuff. But now we can play that game as well!
User Unit ZER0 has provided us with his own Flash Gadgets thread right here on XDA. Here he has been releasing some Flash Gadget apps that can be found for the iPhone but now they work on our WinMo phones! He is also taking requests for such apps and plans on continuing to port more apps to the WinMo community.
Originally posted by UnitZER0
Have you ever wanted to amaze your friends with what your device can do? now you can with these FlashGadgets! they are simple flash videos, that when launched can make your device look like it has a built-in radar, or other sensors. Feel free to post your own creations as well!
NOTE: these .swf files work best with the BryhtFlash 2.0 Player
If the video looks funny because it’s on it’s side, don’t worry, when it’s viewed in landscape, it all fits together. Enjoy!
Follow along to the thread and join the discussion!
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