Alternatives to Adobe Flash Player for all platforms with any license

  • Gnash icon

    Gnash

    GNU Gnash is the GNU Flash movie player — Flash is an animation file format pioneered by Macromedia which continues to be supported by their successor company, Adobe.

    Open Source Windows Linux Konqueror AmigaOS Opera Firefox

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    • Discontinued The project seems to be no longer developed. Last version, 0.8.10, released in February 2012, can be still downloaded from Git.
  • Lightspark icon

    Lightspark

    An open source Adobe Flash Player implementation, designed from the ground up to be efficient on current and (hopefully) future hardware. Lightspark is an LGPLv3 licensed Flash player and browser plugin written in C++/C that runs on...

    Open Source Linux Opera Firefox

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    • Discontinued The project is still developed, but last version, 0.7.2, was released in March 2013.
  • XMTV Player icon

    XMTV Player

    In the beginning was the need for a player. Adobe Flash Player Alternative! Google Cast feature for Android TV.

    Free Android Android Tablet Amazon Appstore SAM - SlideME Application Manager 1Mobile Google Cast ... Yandex Store Opera Firefox Mobogenie

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  • Swfdec icon

    Swfdec

    Swfdec (pronounced "swiff deck") is a decoder/renderer for Macromedia Flash animations.

    Open Source Linux

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    • Discontinued The program is no longer updated. Last version, 0.8.4, released in December 2008, can be still downloaded from the official website.
  • Pepper Flash Player

    Pepper Flash Player is a non-free (proprietary) software and is a alternative to the Adobe-Flash Player and HTML5-Player.

    Free Personal Linux Chrome OS Chrome Debian Chromium

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Adobe Flash Player Comments

You need Flash to properly browse the internet! -1 Helpful

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Adobe Flash Player Jun 2011

You need Flash to properly browse the internet (unless your name happens to be Steve Jobs).

So yeah- there's really no alternative to this.

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