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Every since Apple started allowing third-party companies to release applications to make iOS apps, Adobe has continued development of their ‘Packager for iPhone’ application. As Adobe says, the application “was created to enable Flash developers to quickly and easily deliver applications for iOS devices.”

Now, Macotakara reports that Adobe will be issuing an update to the software so it can create iPad apps. The update will also allow flash developers to implement gestures like pinching in their apps.

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