Another great addition is that QVGA screens are now supported. I was happy to hear this because the previous version had lots of white spaces where the graphics were missing. I couldn’t see the bottom of the levels and anything that remained stationary (couldn’t be knocked over or destroyed with a bird) would be completely white. Thankfully that has all changed with this version and Angry Birds can now be viewed by Android users in all its vivid color greatness as it was intended to be. Use your phone’s browser to head over to Getjar, which will make sure you’re downloading the correct version for your phone. And if you’re really smart you’d just use Fox to Phone send the link from your computer right to your phone, hassle free.
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