While it was initially confirmed that Windows Phone 7 (WP7) would be released without Flash support, there is some good news for Flash supporters out there, as word is that Flash and AIR (which allows Flash to run in non-browser situations) are said to be released on WP7 within months of the mobile OS’s release, possibly as soon as six-months after the release. Will WP7 owners be happy to get the option for those annoying Flash ads, and addictive Flash games?
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