360 Web Browser: Feature Rich iOS Device Browser With Firefox Sync & Flash Support

iOS device owners would still like to have an excellent browser that lets them view streaming videos on various websites. The problem in doing this is that most videos require Flash – something that iOS does not support. Offering a workaround and letting your iOS device play Flash videos on most popular websites is an app called 360 Web Browser.

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360 Web Browser is an iOS application sized at 16MB and compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 3.0 or later. The app is basically a web browser that offers its iOS users a multitude of features. The most noteworthy of these features is that the browser uses the CC plugin to play Flash videos from various popular websites.

Currently the supported sites include Sevenload, MySpace, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Metacafe, MyVideo, and Veoh. This desirable feature is accompanied by social media integration, Dropbox support, and a built-in media player.

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Additionally the browser supports and offers plug-ins just like most modern desktop browsers do; you can browse the plug-ins and install them in 360 Web Browser according to your needs. Customization of the browser’s look can also be done, thanks to the built-in color schemes and various other appearance features.

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Features:

  • A user-friendly application.
  • Compatible with iOS devices.
  • Plays Flash videos from popular sites.
  • Integrates with social media networks and Dropbox.
  • Supports plug-ins.
  • Lets you customize its colors and appearance.

Check out 360 Web Browser @ itunes.apple.com/us/app/360-web-browser-download-manager/id387737097?mt=8#

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