Please help if you can.
There is no help for this:
2008 (March) - Apple® released the first iPhone, using iOS®. Steve Jobs was insistent and adamant that iOS® was NOT compatible with Flash® and NEVER WILL BE. Jobs' reasoning was that playing Flash® content is processor consumptive and it drains batteries, thus shortening the life of them in mobile devices. In six years, that hasn't changed. Not for the iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® Touch™. It never will change and there never will be a Flash Player® for iOS®.
Apple recommends SkyFire if you absolutely must view Flash content with an iOS device.
Thanks for the reply Mike.
I need it for my job so I can see power diagrams on sites and I actually found a way of doing so.
I bought Splashtop Remote and I can now access my home laptop from site through my Ipad. It not only lets me see and open everything on my C drive, I can also use IE and see any website, so I'm happy enough working that way.