How do I download adobe flash player on my iPad safari does not support this ap?

How do I download adobe flash player on my iPad, I keep getting messages that safari does not support the ad?

There is no Flash Player for iOS, a decsion Apple has made.
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  • HT1338 I am trying to download adobe flash player on to my ipad2 i keep getting this massege that safari does not support this ?

    Hi
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    I want to down load adobe flash player to my I pad but  a massage show up saying Safari does not support this ?
    Anyone there?

    No Flash for iPads, iPhones, or iPods
    Here's why there's is no Flash available for iDevices or other mobile devices. Adobe was unable to provide a product that was suitable to the needs of battery powered mobile devices used for Internet browsing. Existing Flash technology used too much memory, ate battery life, and was buggy. Simply put Flash did not work well on mobile devices.
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    Here is Adobe's later announcement to cease development of Flash for mobile devices: Adobe on Mobile Flash.
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