Paid-for ad-free Angry Birds app to hit Android in March

Android Angry Birds fans to lose in-app adverts

Android to follow iOs in ad-free Angry Birds

Global app sensation Angry Birds is to hit Android in its full paid-for, ad-free form next month, developer Rovio has revealed.

Currently available on the Android platform only as a free-to-download, advertising-supported release, the Angry Birds app is to follow its iOS locked counterpart and launch on the Google OS sans advertising.

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The announcement, made via the Rovio Twitter feed, follows the recent unveiling of the Android release’s in-app payment system dubbed the Bad Piggy Bank that allows users to pay for the apps advertising to be removed or purchase the Mighty Eagle level solving add-on.

Responding to a fan’s question as to when a paid-for Android version of Angry Birds will be released the developer tweeted: “give us another month and we’ll be there.”

Initially launched via the GetJar Android store back in October the ad-supported full Angry Birds app has since topped 50 million global downloads.

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Via: PocketLint