One of the most popular game of touch screen which has attracted users throughout the world now seems to go more global. It appears as if Angry Birds maker Rovio is changing strategy lately and switching away from paid downloads to free ones. Having briefly experimented with a massive 99-cent sale of its iPad titles last month and adding free, ad-supported downloads to its puzzler Amazing Alex, today the company has made its first game the original “Angry Birds” – free for the first time ever on Apple’s mobile platform. The free Angry Birds is also already available for downloading on Android, but it contains advertisements. However, the free “Angry Birds” for iOS does not contain any built-in ads. Moreover, Rovio also has added 15 new levels to keep you going.
The game developer hasn’t told the news via its blog or YouTube channel at post time, but app recommendations engine AppsFire first noted the change on Twitter, speculating Apple should soon start promoting the game as its Free App of the Week.
However, until now iTunes at the time of this writing hasn’t been updated with a new Free App of the Week. According to release notes, the now free Angry Birds also gained “15 fantastic new levels for the Bad Piggies episode.”
So what’s the reason for this game to free, a likely reason for its going free may be that Rovio has fallen out of the top grossing iPhone apps.Download Angry Birds full version for free now.