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Today, Angry Bird marks the first ever update for Android. The update made room for more improvement plus fixed few bugs. And people will love this games even more with the launch of Angry Bird plush toys.
The awesome team behind the Angry Birds mobile games just opened its doors to their very first big update for Android. Since their first release last October, Angry Bird was downloaded for more than 2 million times.
The Angry Birds 1.4.3 for Android is now supporting QVGA graphics. The team also fixed the previous problems that players encountered while using it.
But that’s not the big news yet, the surprise Android has is the inclusion of the episode “The Big Setup.” This is the latest episode of Angry Birds series and it brings Angry Birds for Android up to 195 total levels.
Moreover, Rovio released the Angry Birds plush toys. These toys are eight-inches, cute and plushy whoch come in five different birds. A single plush toy costs $14.99. The toy sale starts on December.View Article Source »
Opera Mobile is a very competitive browser that runs behind Firefox and Chrome. Now, their newest beta version is available for Android smartphones and its for free!
Opera Mobile 10.1 beta is the newest version of a browser for mobile and it is now available for Android Devices.
This version was the one announced last month to carry important key features inncluding the support for geo-location and the pinch to zoom. These features actually made their way to compete in the mobile browser market.
Interesting features are also in store for the ultimate Opera experience: Visual tab management, syncing bookmarks via Opera link, SVG support, Speed Dial and the Opera Turbo.
Opera Mobile as always is free. Users can download it now on Android Market. Don’t forget to drop a comment and let us know how Opera changes web experience.View Article Source »
The Wall Street Journal claims the rumor about Amazon building an app store for Android and sources are saying they even have proof. But we have to wait for now to hear the official announcement.
Amazon is known for making sure that they don’t go out of digital business physically and mentally. But here they are making their boldest step which is another app store for Android. The Wall Street Journal is insisting that they can prove this information through an Amazon document that explains some terms to the developers. But no clear news on when will the store be launched to the public or how it will be called. WSJ said that Amazon stipulates an app that cannot be sold for less anywhere. Whatever it is, Android keeps the doors close for the conference to developers. Let’s see who will divulge the first leak.View Article Source »
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