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Google Swiffy was a web-based tool developed by Google that converted SWF files to HTML5. Its main goal was to display Flash contents on devices that do not support Flash, such as iPhone, iPad, and Android Tablets. Swiffy was shut down July 1, 2016.
- Google Chrome
- Firefox 5+ (partly supported)
- IE9 (partly supported) and IE10
- WebKit-based browsers
Swiffy was started in the summer of 2011 by Google engineering intern Pieter Senster, who joined their mobile advertising team to search for solutions to display Flash content on devices that do not support Flash. Progress on Swiffy was sufficient that Google hired him full-time and formed a team to work on the project. The product manager of Google Swiffy was Marcel Gordon.
Swiffy 6.0.1 was released on February 11, 2014.
Swiffy was shut down July 1, 2016.
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