Mobile recycling could lead users to iPhone and popular Angry Birds game
10 December 2010 — 6:43 PM
People who recycle a mobile phone before the end of 2010 will still have the chance to add to the download figures for some of the year's most popular apps.
Rich Trenholm, writing for news and reviews site CNET UK, explains Apple has revealed which of its features finish the 12-month period as the favourites of its customers.
Perhaps unsurprisingly to many, Angry Birds remains one of the most downloaded apps among iPhone owners.
It takes its place at the top table alongside the likes of TomTom, CoPilot, Call of Duty: Zombies and Tetris, the author notes.
And other highly popular material to be purchased from the iTunes Store includes the music of Lady Gaga and clips of BBC show Doctor Who, while The Inbetweeners is another television favourite.
There will shortly be an Angry Birds Christmas version available to Britons, following up on the success of the Halloween-themed adaptation of the game.
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