What browsers still support Flash? If you want to see the Flash content on browsers after 2020, you may have doubts like that. In this post, MiniTool lists several browsers that still support Flash after Adobe ends support for Flash.

About Adobe Flash

Adobe Flash is a highly innovative and useful tool for web developers. It comes as a plug-in for web browsers. After you enable it, you can see multimedia content like animations, videos, and other graphical content that requires Flash Player on websites.

Though Flash was the standard for videos, games, and other web content, it was vulnerable to exploits. In addition, it has difficulty integrating with mobile technology due to its tendency to such power and lack of support on iOS and Android.

Given that fact, Flash is gradually replaced by HTML5, WebGL, and other web technologies. Even so, there are some web browsers that still support Flash.

Adobe Ends the Support for Flash Player

Adobe Flash Player ends of life on December 31, 2020 (called EOL Date). To protect users’ systems, Adobe removed the Flash download from its websites and blocked Flash content from running in Flash Player since January 12, 2021. Besides, Adobe recommends all users uninstall Flash Player immediately to keep their systems safe.

Then most popular web browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari don’t support Flash after the EOL Date. They have blocked the Flash plug-in by default, but you can enable it by yourself if you want. 

However, some browsers still support Flash. What browsers support Flash after Flash support has ended? You can find the answer in the section below.

You may also like this: How to Play Flash Games Without Flash After 2020? [Solved]

Browsers that Still Support Flash

Browsers including Opera, Dolphin, Kiwi, FlashFox, and Puffin still support Flash. You can get a quick view of these Flash supported browsers by reading the content below.


Being one of the oldest desktop web browsers still developed actively, it was initially released on April 10, 1995. It is a multi-platform web browser that is built based on Chromium. It works on multiple operating systems like Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS.

This browser can help you group tabs, share files, create pinboards, edit snapshots, chat with friends, stay connected, play all your music, etc. It is fast, secure, and customizable.

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It is a Flash supported browser for both Android and iOS operating systems. Actually, it is one of the first Android alternative browsers. You can search, share, and navigate by using voice. To get more convenience, you can draw characters to navigate to websites. With multiple tabs, you are able to open and switch between web pages.

The browser displays web content in a magazine-style format, serving content from 300+ sources. On this browser, you can sync across devices and desktop browsers using a Firefox or Chrome extension.

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Kiwi Browser is built to browse the Internet, read news, watch videos, and listen to music without annoyance. As a fast and quiet browser, it enables you to surf the Internet at an extra high speed without consuming too much memory.

Hence, you can see the content in a few seconds. Additionally, you are allowed to add a lot of extensions. Kiwi comes with an added layer of protection against a number of different threats. You are able to manage and choose the sites you desired on your home screen. You can make your interface display in darker shades by switching to night mode.


Like Kiwi, FlashFox is also an Android browser. It is one of the web browsers that support Flash after the EOL Date. Given that fact, it allows you to see Flash content and directly play flash games on your device. Besides, you can have multiple tabs open at once, use gesture shortcuts on the screen, save your favorites, etc.


If you are looking for browsers that still support Flash, Puffin is a good choice. It can be downloaded from the Google Play Store, but it requires a paid subscription for unlimited use. It is popular with users, owning over 50M downloads on Google Play.

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Bottom Line

What browsers support Flash? If you are bothered by this question, this post is worth reading as several web browsers that support Flash are collected in it. For issues related to hard drives or partitions, you can use MiniTool Partition Wizard. It will help you fix them.

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