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Angry Birds Now on Android

Written on September 06, 2010 by B Waldorf

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The most addictive game on Apple Store is now flying to Android Market.

´╗┐´╗┐Angry Birds, crowned as one of the most addictive games on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch and also the top paid app in the Apple store is now flying to Android.

The available version in the Android Market is actually Angry Birds Lite. A free trial with chapters which are locked. The status is still on beta and we cannot promise a bug free app for your phones. CNET reports that the app does not work on Evo phones as of the moment.

When you load up this game, you are to shoot birds out of the catapult. You should target them at places which are difficult to reach.

This app made iPhone, iPod and iPad users go crazy over their gadgets. So try it and tell us what you think.

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