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New Safari Extension Replaces Flash Video With HTML 5

New Safari Extension Replaces Flash Video With HTML 5

Despite the fact that Adobe’s Flash technology is still very present on the web (and often hard to avoid), users who prefer to keep Flash Player off of their machines have often struggled to find alternative ways to view their content. Fortunately, there’s a new Safari extension in town that may help.

There are many reasons for consumers to abandon Adobe Flash Player on their devices, due to its inefficient and resource-hungry nature, the existence of unique Flash-related security threats, or due to concerns about Adobe as a company, who continues to release resource-intensive and unoptimized apps for all platforms.

The new FlashtoHTML5 extension for Safari helps you answer this concern by replacing YouTube’s Flash Player website interface with a much cleaner and faster HTML5-based video player. For more information, or to download this extension, visit developer Joris Vervuurt’s website.

  1. Tomas says:

    Flash itself is not bad therefor its popular. Complain to them who write slow and bad code! Apple should cooperate better with Adobe. Look at any cool html5 demo and see it use a lot of CPU.

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