silver light for ipad

Download Silverlight For Ipad And IOS

What is Silverlight?


Silverlight is a rich framework for internet applications. It has the ability to stream media like Audio, video as well as games and graphics on your computer. We can say that Silverlight is quite similar to Adobe flash. The only difference we can notice is that Silverlight is developed by Microsoft.  Silverlight does not need any initial setup or registration procedure as well as it is totally free. Therefore, it is very easy to use especially for novices.

The bad news is that Microsoft announced in 2012 that from now onward they won’t be updating Silverlight. It would depreciate by itself in 2021. Thus, iPad and iPhone users who are streaming services via Netflix or Amazon video would be facing problem in running those files. And I am sure, that is why you are here.

To solve the problem of Silverlight, we have an option where iPad users can download Silverlight on their devices. This will allow them to run videos and audio via Netflix or Amazon video. So, let’s see what I have got for you:-

Download Silverlight for iPad

ABYTY.com is a software. It brings up a website that is compatible with Silverlight. Basically, it will run your request through that website and transfer it back on your iPad.

To play videos, games, audio and graphics on your iPad just follow the steps below.

Step 1 – Go to ABYTY.com. You will see an a blue colour image of iPad.

Step 2 – Click on the image to go to the website.

Step 3 – From this page, you will notice an URL at the bottom of the page. It would be better if you save it beforehand, it will allow you to run the actual website you are looking for.

Step 4 – Now you’ll notice Silverlight web page with all its functionality. You can use it the way you want.

Please note :ABYTY.com is not the best option to use. ABYTY.com is quite slow for regular use. Thus, I would recommend not to rely on this website for a longer duration. For an emergency use ABYTY.com is good.

Final words

Please note that the sites which are still asking you to use Silverlight for running media, are not updated, therefore, it would be better to use its alternatives.

For iPad and iPhone users, the good news is that Apple has declared recently that they won’t be taking support of Silverlight software for playing games and running media on the devices.