Gear Flash Downloader is a free SWF downloader tool to download SWF Flash files from web pages. Gear Flash Downloader is very easy to use.
Simply copy and paste the URL of a web page into the program, press Download button, and the SWF Flash files on the web page will be downloaded to your local computer.
All your favorite flash animation, flash games and flash cards can be saved with just a single click and made available as a collection offline.
Gear Flash Downloader 1.1 is optimized for downloading online flash games. Gear Flash Downloader 1.1 supports downloading flash games from game providers such as Mochi, Playtomic, Flash Game Distribution & Kongregate etc.
Gear Flash Downloader FAQ:
1. What's Adobe Flash (SWF)?
Adobe Flash (Filename extension: .SWF) can contain animations or applets of varying degrees of interactivity and function. Currently, SWF is the dominant format for displaying animated vector graphics on the Web. It may also be used for programs, commonly browser games, using ActionScript. SWF files can be played by the Adobe Flash Player, working either as a browser plugin or as a standalone player.
2. What's Flash Video (FLV)?
Flash Video (Filename extension: .FLV, .F4V, .F4P, .F4A, .F4B) is a container file format used to deliver video over the internet using Adobe Flash Player. Flash Video content may also be embedded within SWF files. Flash Video has been accepted as the default online video format by many sites include YouTube, Hulu, VEVO, Yahoo! Video and metacafe etc.
3. Can Gear Flash Downloader download Flash video?
No, Gear Flash Downloader can only download Adobe Flash (SWF) files online. You can try our Gear YouTube Downloader software to download video files or extract audio files from YouTube.com.
3. I tried to download flash files from a website and failed. How come?
Some websites may use special technology to prevent their flash files to be downloaded by flash downloader programs. Gear Flash Downloader doesn't work on every websites.
4. I downloaded a flash game but I can't play it on my flash player. How come?
Some flash games need external files to run. For example: The "Plants vs. Zombies" flash game stores data in an external XML file, you need to download this XML file too to get the flash game running.