TED Launches NO-FLASH Website For Apple iPhone, iPad

Monday, March 29, 2010
By OP Editor

TED, known for “Ideas Worth Spreading” and lecture videos from various world-changers and trailblazers, just launched Apple iPhone friendly portion of its website with NO-Flash videos, just in time for iPad tablet launch.

TED launches Apple iPhone iPad Friendly website, no Adobe Flash

Chris Anderson, TED curator announced via twitter yesterday: “Non-flash version of ted.com is now live for iPhone. Video, comments, ratings. Hurrah!”

Non-flash version of TED now live for Apple iPhone, iPad

Visiting the TED site on Apple mobile Safari browser from iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and no-flash will be used. It’s a great first step to moving away from the proprietary Adobe Flash.

Besides the new iPhone and iPad friendly TED site, TED talks are also available free on iTunes [iTunes video, iTunes hd], and as a free iPhone App [iTunes link].

TED no flash Apple iPhone iPad friendly website launched

iPhone Friendly Non-Flash TED Inbound [gizmodo]


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One Response to “TED Launches NO-FLASH Website For Apple iPhone, iPad”

  1. Michael

    I found a site that is comprehensive on how to port or make an iPad website. It even has downloadable examples.



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