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Xform Computing, the Leader in Cloud-Powered Apps for Mobile Devices, Rolls Out the VirtualChrome App with Built-in Support for Flash, Java and Extensions on iPad

From Facebook Flash Games To Enterprise Java Apps And Productivity Sites, VirtualChrome's Cloud-Powered Browsing Delivers Features iPad Users Are Demanding

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Xform Computing, leader in cloud-powered apps for mobile devices, announces its VirtualChrome iPad app is available in the iTunes App Store.

Using the power of cloud computing, the VirtualChrome app lets users run the real "desktop-class" Chrome browser via a virtual system.

"Anyone who has used an iPad knows its limitations," said Kroum Antov, CEO of Xform Computing, "which include lack of support for Adobe Flash, Java applications, Chrome Extensions, and the Chrome Web Store. VirtualChrome delivers these key capabilities on iPad today."

Flash on iPad is now possible using VirtualChrome App: Users can play Flash games like FarmVille2 or Zynga Poker inside Facebook.com with existing points and status, ClubPenguin, Webkinz, Entanglement, and thousands more. The app also supports Flash productivity sites like Sliderocket presentation editing and Adobe online services such as Acrobat.com CreatePDF.

VirtualChrome also supports Java on iPad including Applets, JNLP and JAR files. Java is at the heart of many interactive websites and applications, but does not work natively on iOS. With VirtualChrome users can play Runescape on iPad, PartyPoker, GameTableOnline and more.

Thousands of commercial and enterprise Java applications can be instantly deployed on iPad using VirtualChrome. Examples include: Scottrade Pro and similar Java-based stock trade applications; United Airlines Unimatic scheduling program; and Zoho Meeting feature to host a Web Conference screen share on iPad.

Chrome Extensions are another capability of VirtualChrome, allowing browser-integrated features like Evernote Web Clipper on iPad, Adblock, or Stylish themes. These Extensions as well as Web Apps can be browsed and installed from the Chrome Web Store.

All connections are encrypted for maximum security.

Learn more at the VirtualChrome website: http://linktrack.info/vchrome-home.

Device Requirements:
* iPad, OS 4.2 or higher
* 28.2 MB
* An active 3G or WiFi connection is required to run the app

Pricing and Availability: 
Basic and Premium editions of VirtualChrome are available: Basic edition is available at an introductory price of $0.99 for a limited time, and provides anonymous browsing (history, settings, cookies, etc. cleared between sessions), full support for Flash, audio and video streaming, and a limited trial of Java.

VirtualChrome Premium subscription adds 2 hours usage time, Java support, and saving of data (Chrome login sync, history, tabs, bookmarks, passwords etc.) between sessions, available by In-App Purchase at an introductory sale price of $9.99/year subscription, for a limited time. 

VirtualChrome download is available in the iTunes App Store (http://linktrack.info/virtualchrome-app)

Click here to view screen shot gallery http://s826.beta.photobucket.com/user/AlwaysOnPC/library/VirtualChrome%20App%20for%20iPad

Click here to visit VirtualChromeVideos demo channel http://youtu.be/FzWBfTbun8w

About Xform Computing, Inc.: 
Xform Computing's "Mobile-cloud" architecture can deliver the vast power of cloud computing apps to mobile devices. It provides a "single target" for developers to deliver HTML5, Flash, Java, Silverlight, Linux, and other applications to iOS and Android phones and tablets. Learn more at the Xform Website.

CONTACT

David McClintock
Chief Marketing Officer 
Xform Computing, Inc.
[email protected] 
(805) 364-3239

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SOURCE Xform Computing, Inc.

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