Ad-Free Angry Birds Due Within a Month’s Time
Wondering when Rovio plans on releasing an ad-free version of their Angry Birds game for Android? If a recent tweet is any indication, we can look forward to that within a month’s time. When one of their twitter followers indicated they would be happy to spend a few bucks to remove the ads, @RovioMobile responded with “give us another month and we’ll be there.” This is likely great news for a decent chunk of you out there as we’ve heard plenty of complaints about the ads feeling intrusive or being placed in goofy spots.
How much would you be willing to spend to get rid of the ads in Angry Birds?
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