Flash for Ipad 3

I'm supposed to install a Flash equivalent software on my Ipad3 for this particular website:

http://www.awardreadingonline.com/

The issue I'm having is I don't know from where to install this software from.  I was told that Puffin software is supposed to be a good one, but can't locate the software.  Can someone assist?  Also, Is there another software I can install besides the recommended software?  More on the FREE side or is this software superior somehow?
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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
Apple iOS which runs on all iPhones and iPads comes with the Safari web browser and there is NO support for Flash built-in to Safari or iOS.

You therefore have to install software from a 3rd party on the iPad to access websites that use Flash.
There are a few Web Browser alternatives for iPad and iPhone which can play Flash (to varying degrees)
Photon - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/photon-flash-player-for-iphone/id453546382?mt=8
CloudBrowse - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/cloud-browse-web-browser-for/id394418635?mt=8
Puffin - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/puffin-web-browser-free/id472937654?mt=8

Puffin is FREE but the best reviews are for Photon for Flash
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J NUnicorn wranglerCommented:
There is also the potential to jailbreak your device for expanded support. however there are some adverse consequences to doing this as it can completely brick your device and i believe there are warranty issues. Food for thought
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