Adobe and Greystripe partner for ads that convert Flash to HTML5 — Engadget

And the story just gets more interesting – it’s like when JR got shot on Dallas – you never knew what was going to happen next.

When you complain about Apple’s products lacking Flash support, we figure you’re talking about games and video, but web developers have to make a living too, right? That’s why Greystripe and Adobe are working together to bring ads to iDevices all around, with an intriguing technology that might one day enable the real reasons we want Flash as well. Like the Smokescreen demo we saw last week, Greystripe can reportedly transcode the banned content to HTML5 on the fly, and it’s apparently impressive enough that Adobe’s signed on to create an interactive, crossplatform ad solution (also on Android and Java devices) priced and market specifically to rival Apple’s own. With Apple’s distinguished record as keeper of the walled garden, we’ll see how well that goes, but we’re definitely interested in other possibilities for the company’s code. Full press release after the break.

via Adobe and Greystripe partner for ads that convert Flash to HTML5 — Engadget.

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