We’ve covered the Iris Browser from Torch Mobile in the past. Up to now, the Webkit-based software for Windows Mobile was in either a limited beta or a preview release. Earlier this week, Torch Mobile announced the generally available version 1.1.0. It’s yours for the taking, provided it’s for non-commercial use.
This newest release adds support for Flash Lite ActiveX controls and the accelerometers on HTC devices. Also under the hood are improvements in performance, reduced memory usage, and still-in-the-works RSS support. You can find the download right here for Windows Mobile 5 and 6 devices. Torch Mobile recommends a 400MHz CPU and 128MB of RAM or better for the optimal experience.
(via Windows for Devices)