Adobe stopped supporting Flash for mobile devices over 2 years ago, you can google it if you want. The flash players in your link posted are technically not supported and are not patched for any exploits. You can use them on Lollipop; i have, but found little or no use for mobile flash player in my experience. I have never run used any app that actually has needed it in about that time too. Most mobile browsers support some sort of streaming html5( i can't technically remember what they call it). I did not find either of those two apps on the play store.
IF you want the last version of flash you will have to download it to the device in question and side load the apk file ( google it, it is simple ). But use at your own risk of exploits.
you have to go into your setting into security and unknown sources and allow then you go to your web browser and google adobe flash player arcieved and find a flash player compatible with your device. or if you do not under stand this google how to download older version of adobe flash player and it gives you step by step what to do.
As CS indicates, those versions are no longer supported and not patched for any security vulnerabilities. I highly advise against installing them. An alternative is to use something like Puffin Web Browser - The fastest mobile browser with Flash support over cloud on iPad, iPhone and Android.