TV flash app in the Market


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    xmr405o Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Periodically I search the market for apps that feature Adobe Flash. Today I came across an App called TV flash. It's in beta but it's pretty cool. It streams flash videos. There's currently 199 channels.

    Check it out. It's free and it has potential.

    It requires 2.2 and Adobe Flash installed.
     

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    Outlaw71 Well-Known Member

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    You are right, it does have potential. I managed to watch about three quarters of the Dolphins/Packers game on it before it finally stopped playing it with a notice that said, "this channel does not exist"... hu? How can it not exist if I just spent the past 3 hours watching it? Lol


    Later on last night I watched the Colts beat the Redskins. On ABC, super sweet! This is the first app I've found anywhere that lets you watch the NFL for free!

    Now my only question is, does anyone here remember the app that came out this past summer that allowed you to play the content off of your phone through your TV via the HDMI cable? It wasn't perfect because people were complaining that you couldn't see anything on your phone once you plugged it in, but I'd still be very interested in getting that app if anyone remembers what it was?
     
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    xmr405o Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    For the Droid 1? Hmmm, don't remember that app but for the Droid 2 and X, there's an app called real HDMI. Dang if there was an app like that for the Droid 1, I would so want that too.
     
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    The Droid 1 doesn't have an HDMI output though does it? For that matter, I didn't think the Droid 2 did either?
     
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    Hmmmm... couldn't find 'Real HDMI' on the market. Was it on the market? Or the web?
     
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    Crap, it's gone. I searched and searched and when I couldn't find it I googled it and it seems as though the devs pulled it off the market about 3 weeks ago. Just my luck! :(
     
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    xmr405o Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    awww bummer. I heard it worked well with the Droid 2 and X too.
     

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