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Rovio brings Angry Birds to Samsung's bada OS

Bada-bing, bada-birds

Product: Angry Birds | Developer: Rovio | Genre: Casual
For: Bada   Also on: Android, Blackberry, Ovi, PSP, Windows Phone
 
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It was only a matter of time. Having made nests on iOS, Android, Symbian, WebOS, and web browsers, Angry Birds has now set up home on Samsung's operating system, bada.

As of yesterday, bada 2.0 users can find the world's most popular pig-pummelling sim on the Samsung Apps store for free. 

While the Wave III is currently the only Samsung handset currently capable of playing Angry Birds, expect the compatibility rate to increase as Samsung continues to roll out bada 2.0 to the majority of its Wave handsets.

So, if by some miracle you're a Wave III user whose never heard of Angry Birds before, head over to the Samsung Apps store and prepare to join in the feather-flinging fun.

GSMArena

 

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James Gilmour 5 January 2012
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Tom Yu | 14:06 - 29 June 2012
Bada really sucks in my opinion. They sucker you in with a beautiful phone with a gorgeous AMOLED screen, then they slap you in the face with an OS that has no apps. I'm installing Android on it as a second OS.
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maddocks2379 | 16:29 - 5 January 2012
Available on wp7 too, only the first one tho they've not bothered to give us any of the follow ups. Too busy trying to milk every last drop from it
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hritikbhimani | 16:05 - 5 January 2012
not available for wave ii flashed with official v2.0 firmware of hungary :(