Mobile recyclers can enjoy Angry Birds on Android
15 October 2010 — 7:04 PM
People who recycle a mobile phone will no longer have to replace it with an iPhone if they wish to play the hit game Angry Birds for free.
That is because its creators have given permission for app store GetJar to offer the game to consumers for no cost, explains Michael Sawh, writing for T3.
So far, more than five million iPhone users have downloaded Angry Birds, many of whom have become fanatical players.
And with the game set to become available to those with an Android handset, developers thought it was important to select a successful portal on which to make it accessible.
Peter Vesterbacka, of development firm Rovio Mobile, is quoted as saying: "GetJar's global reach and popularity as well as their unique App It! download service ensures that we reach a massive audience of fanatically loyal Angry Birds addicts
Among the leading mobile phones that run on the Android operating system are Nokia and HTC models.
News brought to you by envirofone.com – the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company.
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