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he mega smash hit that it is Angry Birds has now eclipsed 10 million downloads for Android. Offered as a free game, the developers (Rovio) have been making crazy money out of the ads displayed in the app – crazy to the tune of a million bucks per month. So what’s next for the game? How about being able to pay to remove those little ads?
Let’s just assume you’ve already cleared every level of Angry Birds on your Android handset. And let’s also assume you have three stars for each level. What do you do
As popular as Angry Birds has become on Android one would think everybody under the son has downloaded and enjoyed the hot little time waster. Sadly, the game could be doing much better for itself, considering all of the phones which cannot properly play the instant classic.
Angry Bird and Android have both become so popular, it was only a matter of time before someone used one to exploit the other. You might have already heard, but
Sorry kids, it looks like your mastery of Angry Birds will have to wait a little longer. Rovio has just pushed out a major update (v1.4.2) which adds another 45 levels, bringing the total to 195 brain busters.
Simply put, ads within apps can be a sore topic on all sides. Nobody likes to see ads popping up every time they perform an action on their phone. Yet
It seems there is news almost daily coming from the Rovio camp nowadays. First there was the release of Angry Birds for Android, gaining the company over two million new users in just under 48 hours. Then, Rovio announced their special Halloween update, adding many themed levels and other really cool add-ons. Now, and quite possibly the most significant update so far, it seems the video game developer EA has decided to buy Rovio for Twenty Million Dollars!
Enough messing around with getting the full version of Angry Birds. The highly-successful game is now available on the Android Market, which means you can get it directly from your
If you were listening to the our Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-Cast last night, you heard Patrick Mork of Get Jar drop to our audience the fact that his company
Finally, the wait is over. Angry Birds has come out of beta and finds itself available to Android phones all over. If you count yourself among those with a device
Rovio has announced, via a tweet, that the full version of their popular game, Angry Birds, will be released to the Android Market next week. The limited beta version of the game,
This week’s episode of the AndroidGuys Monday night podcast is now available to listen to on demand. As per the norm our panel consisted of AndroidGuys staff members Sam Herren and myself as well as Nick Gray (HTCSource) and Andrew Kamika (Androinica). Joining us this week was Eric Lehman as where we dished on Sprint, EVO 4G, Epic 4G, SERO, and rumored handsets.
If you’re like most of the AndroidGuys team, you blew through the Angry Birds Beta within a few minute/hours of opening the game. Fifteen levels just isn’t enough to satisfy
The emails have begun rolling out. Angry Birds beta has hit the Android Market. If you signed up for the beta test, you’ll be getting your notice any minute now.
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.