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Angry Birds

Angry Birds, the insanely popular iPhone game, made its debut on Android phones on Friday.

Rovio, the developer, is making the game available as a beta "lite" version on Android Market.

In a blog post, the company says that it is presented on an "as is" basis and that it can't guarantee functionality on every Android device.

You should be able to check that the app out if you have an Android phone, although some early reports say that people with some custom versions of Android 2. "Froyo" handsets are unable to see the game in the marketplace.

We guess this glitch will be resolved soon enough.

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