Techcrunch reports on an interesting new technology by a company called Pieceable. The idea is simple and is similar to what Amazon is doing with Android Apps.  Developers upload their apps to Piecable and Piecable creates an embeddable Flash application that runs the app. It sends back embeddable code at three different price tiers for developers to embed in their web pages.  For the most part, the applications seem to work pretty well.  Below is Yelp:

Obviously, if you don’t have Flash, you aren’t going to see these. Interesting concept with big potential ramifications. For instance, these iOS Apps work on Android devices…

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