Much has been said and written about Apple’s decision to boycott flash on its mobile devices. Disappointed with Apple’s rigid stance, Chris Smoak took it upon himself to work around this issue. The result of his efforts is Smokescreen.
Unfortunately, Smokescreen still has a long way to go. At this point of time, about the only thing that it manages to do is to render banner ads successfully. More complex stuff like interactive videos and games are too laggy. However, the smokescreen code is supposed to be open sourced soon. Hopefully, the mature product will someday succeed in bringing rich flash content to the iPhone and the iPad.
Meanwhile, you can check out some of the demos available at smokescreen.us/demo.