Adobe: Flash Ads Don’t Take More Power Than HTML5



I don’t many people who have disputed Adobe Flash Player’s impact on battery life — especially since Ars Technica discovered that merely having Flash installed on the new MacBook Air took two hours off the battery life — but nonetheless, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch thinks it’s somehow indicative of a coordinated Apple plot to put them out of the business of interactive web content.

MONDAY GIVEAWAYS: SWF and FLV Player Pro by Eltima Software


free swf and flv player pro

We all know that Flash movies can be a PAIN sometimes, and the SWF and FLV Player Pro takes away all of those frustrations. SWF & FLV Player PRO version delivers even more functionality to you: ability to save currently played Flash movie no matter whether it is loaded from web or locally; switch to full-screen viewing mode; capture the current frame of the movie and produce a series of screenshots out of your favorite FLV or SWF movie, and more!

The great folks over at Eltima Software are giving away 20, yeah, I said TWENTY FREE licenses of the SWF and FLV Player Pro. Here’s what you gotta do to get your hands on a copy of one of these licenses that retails normally at $19.95.

  1. Follow us on Twitter (this is MANDATORY, or else we can’t DM you to send you the code if you win)
  2. Tweet this between 1:30pm May 17th and 1:30pm May 18th: “Check out @CultofMac and @EltimaSoftware giving away 20 FREE SWF/FLV Player app codes! #cultofmac”
  3. We’ll randomly pick 20 Twitter accounts that tweeted the proper message and send the app code to you through DM.

Again, make sure that you’re following us on Twitter, because if not, we’ll skip you and move onto another Twitter user to give the code to. You must be 18 years old to enter the giveaway. Good Luck!