i'm still curious to see a list of those apps...
my point was: we're talking about a minute percentage of the overall number. that's kinda the point of the whole thing: adobe claims that apple's app developers are being hamstrung. in reality the people that are being excluded are NOT iphone developers (the 100 apps notwithstanding), but flash developers that want a shortcut into the app store. different thing.
I haven't seen a list either, I'll have to dig and find out. As far as I know, there are more than just flash developers looking for a shortcut to the app store. The flash packager thing was a relatively "late-comer" to the party of development platforms that exported to iphone. Unity, and phonegap comes to mind.
Personally, it's easier as a developer or a company to develop once, export for all, certainly this makes business sense obviously. But since I don't have an intimate knowledge of the inner workings of the compilers, and the issues surrounding using or not using native Obj-C, it's hard for me to offer any kind of an informed opinion on that beyond unproven theories.