It seems I’ve been waiting forever, but the next update to the Android Angry Bird finally came out this weekend! I was getting really late because I thought I had all my applications on Android for automatic updating, and this time decided Rovio to make us do a manual update. Needless to say, to demolish the battery of my day yesterday trying to kill the evil green pigs!
The last level (30 in total for Android, just 15 for those from Apple), are now the Western theme, showing pigs in hats and cowboy hats for our amusement. The developers have also added the ability to cut through the ropes and drop objects really strong and / or heavy bacon factories unwary who have stolen the eggs again.
There have been a little buzz about this update, which is what it is unpopular with the players. This update requires access to your phone SMS (text messaging) system for a new feature called Rovio is launching “payments bad Piggy Bank,” which gives users the ability to purchase the Eagle powerful message through text that will charge your phone bill or balance instead of having to use a credit card (most people do not use or even have). The system does nothing with SMS than that, so if you do not use bad Piggy Bank, you never have to worry about it.
A bit of news was the latest Angry Super Bowl Birds / Birds combo Angry River, in the 4th quarter of the game last night. I will not reveal the spoiler here, but is there a bonus level with the golden eggs and a little tricky game you have to do to achieve it. The hardest part for me was to reach the level where the golden egg was hidden.
The next step: Be on the lookout for possible incorporation into Angry Birds Seasons for the holiday happening in 7 days! Maybe we can get to smash some pigs Cupid? Connect to the Android-based applications to the latest news and updates on the best applications for Android.
I’m just a regular guy who worked in the wireless industry for almost 10 years before receiving my first Android enabled phone. I really liked, I started a website to tell everyone everything. The Android Applications is called HQ and I’d love to come take a look. I’ve even published a guide to see what applications are best to download when you get your new phone!