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Virtual Chrome Flash and Java Browser – iPad edition
Virtual Chrome Flash and Java Browser – iPad edition




















Run Flash & Java AppsScreenshot Virtual Firefox with Flash and Java on your iPad or iPhone 

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Pet rescue saga on iPad is now a reality!

If you were ever wondering how to play Facebook Flash games like Pet rescue saga on iPad, now you can! With the Virtual-Browser for Firefox App, Pet rescue saga on iPad and lots more is possible with one simple app download! Virtual-Browser for Firefox App opens up a wide variety of apps and games – like Pet rescue saga on iPad – that you can use from your iPad:

Pet rescue saga on iPad screenshot

Using the power of cloud computing, the Virtual-Firefox App app lets users run the real 'desktop-class' Firefox browser via a virtual system, and overcome limitations of iPad browsers which lack support for Adobe Flash, Java applications, Add-ons Plug-ins, Themes/skins, and Extensions. Virtual-Firefox App delivers these key capabilities (as well as Pet rescue saga on iPad) so you can benefit from having a Flash player for iPad.

Here's a brief video demonstrating VirtualBrowser for Firefox App in action:

Introducing Virtual-Browser for Firefox App

In addition to Pet rescue saga on iPad, the Virtual-Browser for Firefox® App for iPad brings the power of the full 'desktop version' of the Mozilla® Firefox®web browser to your iPad  -- including all the features you've been missing in Safari:

Flash Player for iPad and iPhone

Browse Flash websites and use Flash based apps, games and video sites such as:
Games Productivity Animated E-cards and Entertainement
...and tons more 

Java on iPad and iPhone

Java is at the heart of many exciting web-based apps and games, but does not run from iOS natively -- until now! 
VirtualBrowser for Firefox lets you run almost any Java application such as:






...and many more. There is also an option to run JAR, JNLP and WebStart files needed for thousands of business applications 

Firefox Add-ons on iPad and iPhone (plus Plug-ins, Extensions & Skins!)

With VirtualBrowser for Firefox you can take advantage of all the customization and integrated features offered in Firefox Add-ons, Plug-ins, Toolbars and Extensions, including:

Firefox Sync* on iPad and iPhone

Browse more, type less: Login with your Mozilla ID and Sync* Firefox bookmarks, history tabs, and more anywhere you use Chrome

Powerful standard features

  • FullScreen Mode for viewing games and content - just like on your computer!
  • Mouse mode lets you use 'hover' and mouse-over menus and features on websites
  • Right-click menu access - works for Chrome menus, as well as website- and Java app -sepecific menus
  • Mulit-tab and multi-window usage
  • Ctrl, Alt, Esc, Tab, and Arrow keys
  • Fully secure: all connections are encrypted, and no browsing history or cache is ever stored on your device (its securely stored in your virtual browsing account).

* Premium Option required or recommended: Add great features such as Video mode, VPN ecrypted connection (for public wifi protection, and to bypass web filter/firewalls), sync, and Java via in-app purchase of Premium service.   Learn more...


Virtual-Browser for Firefox and is a great way to instantly and securely mobilze your corporate / Enterprise Java, and web/cloud-based apps - especially on employee-owned iPad (BYO-device). VirtualBrowser for Firefox provides secure browsing environment, where no data or info is cached on the device, and is immune to transmitting viruses or malware of any kind to the client device. Learn more...

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