We came to know about Frash few days ago, when Comex was able to port the Flash Engine for Android to iPad. Now there were no clear steps shared to get the thing done on your own apart from that you must be having a jailbroken iPad. But guys from Engadget were adventurous to get frash up n running on their iPad and they did share the steps incase you wanted to do the same.
Everything in the post here. Please do note that there is still no support for playing videos on frash, but it does play animations and you can certainly play flash. According to the post from Engadget the video support seem to be coming soon.
Leaving behind the beaten road of flash not being on iPad, I would like to show you one app which can get you flash browsing experience on iPad. The app is called Cloud Browse and what it does is run a instance of Mozilla Forefox on a remote server. So, you login into the app, open the browser surf any site you want with or without flash. And since the content is rendered on a remote server and not on your iPad, you can see all the flash content. Check out the app in action below :
Just a side note, please do not login into your private accounts on the browser, use it for all the casual browsing. If you can’t wait to see that flash video on some site, this is the app for you. The app works with all iDevices, iPhone, iPod Touch as well.
The Cloud Browse app is free and you can download it from iTunes Store Link.