Temple Run has been a smashing hit on Android since day one. Finally landing on Android and instantly becoming a classic with millions of downloads. Today Imangi Studios announced they've passed the 10 million downloads mark, and have just updated their app for Android with new features and bug fixes.
10 million downloads in less than a month is pretty impressive. Who says Android doesn't have gamers and isn't profitable for developers? So today they've updated the app to celebrate the 10 million milestone adding a few bug fixes and new features. Most notable is the integration of Twitter. Now players of Temple Run can share results, and brag about their longest run on Twitter with ease - right from inside the game.
Apparently the game also has some spelling mistakes (really) and they went ahead and fixed those this time around. Some users have reported random speed-up's from runners that caused glitches and freezing, as well as the scoring going weird in game and Imangi has fixed both of those critical flaws as well. The new Temple Run is available now in the Google Play Store and should be even better now. Get to running and let us know if you still experience problems.