When BlackBerry revealed that Adobe Flash would no longer be supported as of BlackBerry OS 10.3.1 and above, some folks were understandably upset and wanted it back. Eventually, workarounds were found such as installing an Android browser plus, Flash Browser was released which required sideloading a few files that when installed offered up the native BlackBerry 10 browser with Adobe Flash support. A bit cumbersome but now, Zeus Browser has arrived. With Zeus Browser, you don't have to sideload any files or install any Android apps. All you need to do is purchase the app and use it as your primary browser.
Do you want to view a BlackBerry live meeting or discussion? Or maybe you want to have private browsing embedded in your browser? This will let you do all of that. Zeus Browser supports several different browser plugin formats, allowing access to new content - even including Adobe Flash (Version 11)!
Just like Flash Browser, Zeus Browser was built by FileArchiveHaven and it uses the publicly available open-source BlackBerry Browser while adding several additions including Adobe Flash 11 and DuckDuckGo support. If you're looking to get Adobe Flash support back onto your BlackBerry 10 smartphone, this is certainly the best way to do it right now. Zeus Browser is available for $0.99 but if you head on into the CrackBerry Forums where the developer is answering questions, you might be able to snag a free copy. Keep in mind, this adds Adobe Flash version 11. If a site requires higher, this may still not work.