Angry Birds To Be Available in Full on Android Market this Weekend; QVGA Displays not Supported

Written By Sam on 14 October 2010
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It’s been long overdue and the wait seems to have come to an end. Rovio is finally getting ready to launch Angry Birds for Android. Though the developers haven’t announced an official date of release, but developer tweets on Twitter sure confirm that it could be as early as the end of the week:

“full version will be available Friday, in Android Market too at some point”

This game which is already very popular among iPhone users, continues to expand in the marketplace and now Android users can get to enjoy the final version which expected to come with a host of improvements from its earlier Beta and trial versions.

The developers have also hinted that the prices are going to be pretty attractive, and they’re making all the effort to make it available across as many devices as possible. However, Android users having QVGA display on their handsets should know that it won’t be supported in the first release:

“QVGA displays aren’t supported for the first release, but we’re working to include them in a future update.”

Angry Birds, which is all about logic, physics and fun, is presently available in the App Store (iOS), App Catalog (webOS) and Ovi Store (Symbian devices). The game has not been confirmed for Windows Phone 7 so far. So, you won’t find it in the Windows Marketplace.

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