10/15/2010

Angry Birds Free on Android

Ever since the release of the Angry Birds Lite Beta for Android here at Compare and Recycle we’ve been patiently waiting for the full version to be released. Well the wait is now over as the full version of Angry Birds is not only available, but it’s free!

The full ad-supported version is available now at GetJar.com although the huge demand is making it a little difficult to actually download the file. It’s definitely worth the effort though since Angry Birds is one of the most addictive games on the iPhone and now Android devices.

If you’d prefer to get your hands on the ad-free version and don’t mind paying for it then you’ll have to wait until tomorrow when the paid version will be available from the Android Market.

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