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How To Install Adobe Flash Player On Your Android SmartPhone

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Adobe Flash Player has a very high presence on the web as it helps those surfing to easily stream videos which can only be viewed using flash players. But a lot of Android users have really had troubles installing it on their smartphones.

Adobe Flash Player hasn’t been supported on Android in a while, so if you wish to view Flash content, you must use a third-party browser. Some websites may claim to offer an APK package that will install Flash on your device, but do not be fooled these are often malwares, thats why today I have decided to write this short article on how this can be done using puffin browser. which is available in the Play Store.

Puffin Browser has two advantages over other browsers like Dolphin Browser and FlashFox. Firstly, it is regularly updated to support the latest Flash version. Secondly, it can emulate a mouse and arrow keys in an overlay, so it will feel like you’re browsing on desktop PC.

Puffin Browser renders Flash content in the cloud, which means that playback can be choppy (albeit perfectly functional) because it’s usually transferring data from overseas. We recommend lowering the Flash quality in the browser settings if you experience this.

Download puffin browser from PlayStore

Puffin Browser is our current pick for the best way to view Flash content on Android. It’s free and works in almost every circumstance. Note, this browser has Flash Player pre-installed. 
I hope this works, if you are still experiencing any difficulties, drop them in the comments below.


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