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Android Market to offer Angry Birds Rio later this week

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Android Market to offer Angry Birds Rio later this week
We originally told you that the new Angry Birds Rio game was to be an exclusive available for Android only through Amazon's new application store. But a look at the Angry Birds Facebook page revealed a caption that made it clear that Angry Birds Rio will be available in the Android Market later this week.

There is a major difference between the version of the game on Amazon and the one in the Android Market. It would appear that the caption is telling us that Amazon will retain the exclusive rights to the ad free version of Angry Birds Rio while the Android Market version will be supported by ads.

The caption notes that the Amazon version of the game is free for a limited time, so you can download the game for free from both markets. But once that limited time expires, those who want an ad-free version of the game will have to pay Amazon while those who would rather sit through an advertisement instead of paying for the game can do so through the Android Market.

source: Facebook via AndroidGuys

Android Market to offer Angry Birds Rio later this week



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posted on 29 Mar 2011, 20:53 1

1. LionStone (Posts: 445; Member since: 10 Dec 2010)


Got it thru Amazon...lovin it on the T-Bolt's screen, very nice without the ads. But if you don't want the ads just play in airplane mode...

posted on 29 Mar 2011, 22:05 2

2. PA (unregistered)


Or you could try using APNdroid and disable all data access and still receive calls and messages :).

posted on 29 Mar 2011, 22:28

3. sprintguy09 (Posts: 79; Member since: 17 Apr 2010)


Yup i got it on Amazon app store for andriod and i was in luck caught the paid version free when the do the paid app for free a day

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