FlashVideo is a Windows Phone video player that taps into various websites to deliver movies, television series and live sports to your Windows Phone.
FlashVideo normally runs $3.99 but for a limited time only, through a partnership with myAppFree, FlashVideo is...well...free.
We've been told that the free offer begins tonight at midnight but in looking at FlashFree's Windows Phone Store listing, it's already free. We don't know if the free offer ends tonight at midnight or tomorrow at midnight.
So if you've been on the fence about picking up FlashVideo, you may not want to chance it. Go ahead and download that app now.
You can pick up FlashFree here in the Windows Phone Store. It is available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices. You can also pick up myAppFree here in the Windows Phone Store. It too is a free app for all Windows Phones.
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