Angry Android Boot Animation — Destroy that iDevice!
We all feel it. Whether you love or hate iOS, Apple and any iDevice, we all feel the need to be an ‘Angry Android’ from time to time. Even for a person like me who owns an iPad and runs the unreleased iOS 5, “the next generation of mobile operating systems”, I still occasionally feel the need to pick up my device and casually throw it out the window without an ounce of hesitation.
XDA member isidromxz has found a way of expressing this hatred for Apple by creating a boot animation of an Android Droid growing increasingly angry by iOS, so much so that it proceeds to make the iPhone 4 explode.
If only I could destry all iDevices with my amazing laser vision. But that would be far too much to ask, obviously.
If you’d like to grab this animation for yourself, head on over to the original thread, leave the designer a message of support and download the animation files!
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