Today, the final version of Angry Brids for Android was announced as being available for download for free for all users out there. The release follows a long period of beta testing, during which Rovio, the developers of the game, had a Lite available for Android owners out there.
The best part of the deal is, of course, the fact that Angry Birds landed on Android for free, given the fact that the company aims at pushing the game to as many users as possible.
“After an extended period of beta testing, Rovio is proud to present Angry Birds for the Android platform. First of all, we’d like to thank you for your patience,” the company announced recently.
“We want to make Angry Birds available for as many people as possible. Previously, many people were experiencing problems in finding Angry Birds on Android Market, but now everybody can download the game on their device,” the developing team continues.
The new flavor of the game has been released for all second generation Android devices and upwards, and is compatible with Android 1.6 or later platform versions.
According to the company, the game requires OpenGL ES 2.0 support on the device. Moreover, it appears that the game does not support QVGA screens at the moment, though the feature would be added in the near future.
“A future update will include the option to purchase and opt out of advertisements,” the company announced.
Initially, the game was available for download exclusively from GetJar, but you can now download Angry Birds for Android from Softpedia also. The game should soon hit the Android Market, as well as Motorola's SHOP4APPS portal, free of charge as well.
“We have worked long and hard to ensure that Angry Birds gives the best possible experience on Android, and we believe we have reached our goal. We welcome our fans to see for themselves and have fun playing Angry Birds,” the company announced.