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Angry Birds head for Android (and go free)

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Angry birds: still angry

iPhone owners have downloaded over seven million copies of Angry
Birds, netting its developer Rovio over $5 million in cash -- but owners
of phones running rival OS Android have, thus far, been left out of the
birds-versus-pigs hit.

Not any more. Not only did Angry Birds
release for Android today, it's a darn sight cheaper than it is on the
iPhone -- in fact, it's free, via popular app store GetJar.

Angry Birds held a stranglehold on the iPhone's games charts for
months, but was knocked off the top spot recently by just-released
puzzler Cut the Rope.
Shifting a million copies in just ten days, Cut the Rope is the App
Store's fastest selling game ever -- and word is, it'll be heading for
Android in a few months too.

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