Angry Birds Lite Beta Hits Android Market on Friday
Remember that post from a while back where we told you to sign up for the Angry Birds Beta game? Forget it. Don’t bother waiting on some secret email or download link. You’re no longer part of an exclusive club. Instead of rolling out a limited beta version of the popular time-waster, Rovio has opted to drop the game in the Android Market. That means everyone has access to it, providing they are running the right platform build. You’ll find an excerpt from the Rovio blog listed below.
Due to the massive response and demand from the Android community, we have decided to make Angry Birds Lite Beta available for everybody through the Android Market this Friday…Please note that this will be the beta version of the application which is still undergoing final testing before official release… we cannot guarantee its functionality on every Android device.
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