Play Flash files without a web browseriSwiff will
- let you play Flash from your own hard disk
- let you enjoy a full screen experience
- let you play more Flash files than QuickTime Player
Finding Flash files on the netCheck /iSwiff/flashfinder.html
PriceiSwiff is freeware.
RequirementsiSwiff 1.7 should work back to Mac OS 10.6.8 , but I test only on Mac OS 10.10 or later.
You can download iSwiff 1.6 if you need it for older versions of Mac OS X.
A flash plugin for web browsers. It is already installed with Mac OS, but you can find the latest version on
VersionTracker or MacUpdate
LimitationsDoes not play Flash files designed to be played only from the web.
1.7 Mar 24 2015
1.6 Mar 3 2014
- Rebuilt as a 64 bit app on Yosemite.
- Download is a zip archive to make it easier to move to your Application folder.
- Since QuickTime X does not support it, saving as QuickTime has been removed.
1.6 July 25 2012
- Checked to still work on Mac OS X 10.9 "Mavericks"
1.5 December 14 2009
- Signed for Gatekeeper in Mac OS X 10.8.
1.4 March 17 2009
- Fix: for Snow Leopard - crash when closing a window.
1.2.2 March 4 2008
- Now behaves like iTunes Visualizer and QuickTime when the screen saver kicks in by exiting full screen.
1.2.2 February 25 2007
- Added Chinese translation done by Mimihzs.
1.2.2 October 11 2006
1.2.2 mar 10 2006
- Added Spanish, Norwegean and Swedish translations.
1.2.1 Jan 7 2006
- iSwiff is now a Universal binary to run well on the new Macs with Intel processors
1.2 Jan 4 2006
- Fixed: Preference for software update check now remebered and debugging message to console removed
1.1.2 Nov 8 2005
- New: Export to QuickTime
- Updated: French localisation - thanks to Ronald Leroux
1.1.1 Oct 11 2005
- iSwiff icon for when iSwiff is set to the default application for Flash files
1.1 May 6 2005
- Localization to Dutch, Italian and Danish. (If you find mistakes I welcome an email)
Update for Tiger and MacOS 10.3.9. Added the ability to play flash files through Personal Web sharing. Some files don't play directly from hard disk, but need to be played form a server.
You can do this on your Mac by:
When iSwiff opens files in your "Sites" folder it will open them through your web server, and they may fullfill the need to be network played. Some games have stronger requirements than this, and they can only be played from the website where they reside.
- Enable Personal Web sharing in System Preferences.
- Place the flash files in your "Sites" folder.
1.0.3 February 26 2005
- Fixes of several user interface issues.
1.0.2 January 5 2005
1.0.1 January 5 2005
- Can now open files with unicode names
1.0 January 3 2005
- Window resize problem fixed
InstallationYou can try it from the disk image, and if you link it you can drag to your "Applications" Folder, or anywhere on your hard disk.
UninstallationDrag iSwiff to the trash.
UseDrop Flash files on iSwiff or open then from the File menu.
DisclaimeriSwiff comes with no warranty, expressed or implied. It may or may not work as intended, and I am not responsible for any damages, special, indirect, consequential, or whatsoever caused by using the software.
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