YouTube, last.fm, Adobe Reader X Now In Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7 now has a Adobe Reader X, which integrates fully into the Windows Phone 7 experience to allow users to open PDF files from e-mail attachments, web browser, and from the device (?).The YouTube app is also released, but seems to be simply a plugin which opens YouTube.com in the web browser and […]

Windows Phone 7 now has a Adobe Reader X, which integrates fully into the Windows Phone 7 experience to allow users to open PDF files from e-mail attachments, web browser, and from the device (?).

The YouTube app is also released, but seems to be simply a plugin which opens YouTube.com in the web browser and allow users to watch any YouTube videos on their Windows Phone 7 device. As expected, while YouTube videos can now be played, Flash won't be supported yet on WP7, despite previous clues pointing to Adobe Flash Player 10.1 supporting Windows Phone 7 devices, and finally the last.fm.