Modded Angry Birds 1.4.2 Now Available
It has been about a week since version 1.4.2 of the popular Angry Birds game for Android was released. The new version included a lot of new cool stuff included a whole new world and a very special bird. However, that is not everything that the revised version came with. As it turns out, the app came loaded with more advertising, and to top things off, it came with the adds in the top right corner, which makes the app more difficult to control as you need that corner for the pinch to zoom function. On top of that, many users have reported that the app is choppier and presents more lag than the previous incarnation. To solve this issue, XDA forum moderator theimpaler747 has taken it upon himself to mod the app to ensure that the game play is as smooth as it was meant to be (and of course, ad free).
This was only released a few days ago, but if you have an Android device and would like to take this modded game for a spin, make sure that you leave your feedback in the thread.
Ok guys, I said I would look into improving Angry Birds and I did All ads are gone, and I optimized the app for better performance! Enjoy everyone, let me know what you think of it!!!! Also, please vote in the poll if you can! Thank you
Thanks to: Creators of the game!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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