So GET THIS - the next version of Angry Birds is still most likely going to be the Valentines Edition since that day lies behind the projected release of this one, but this one seems a bit more exciting: Angry Birds RIO. Do you
First of all, no, "tired and boring" is not the name of the next expansion. Let's talk for a moment about Angry Birds, the franchise. It's a game that's available for Android, iOS, soon to come to a plethora of different
Soon as in ON Valentine's Day, how do you like that? This version is much more than likely going to be an upgrade to your already awesome Angry Birds Seasons game that's already got a Christmas and a Halloween edition active.
Oh Angry Birds, how popular you really are. It seems the Angry Birds obsession is growing, and growing fast. We’ve seen the notorious characters on the Christmas tree, cakes, desserts, and now we get to see them in lego form.
It appears that the folks over at Reddit have had their fill of the ads up in the right corner of the Android version of Angry Birds. Is this your situation, too? Have you had a look at both versions of the game (iOS and Android)
If you own an iPhone or Android device, then you definitely know what Angry Birds is. For Android, the game has been made available free with ad support which may not be a favorite of users but it's all part of the strategy.
We all love free apps, and although it's great not having to pay for an application, the advertisements can certainly hinder the user experience. If you have opened up Angry Birds lately then you might have noticed a full length
Remember back at the tail end of November when those superstars over at XDA rooted the NOOKcolor? Remember how basic it was and all they really had on there was Angry Birds (what else do you need?) Well now there's something even
Offering an app like Angry Birds for free doesn’t mean that the game can't make a bunch of money. Rovio supports the free game on Android with advertising and does well at it according to estimates. Rovio is also looking at new
Angry Birds developer Rovio has announced a new in-app payment system that will debut on Android, charging upgrades - such as to remove the adverts in the free title, or to buy the upcoming "Mighty Eagle" update - directly to a