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Rovio Account is Now Globally Available on iOS and Android Devices

Hooray. Get ready to play Angry Birds on your Apple or Android with Rovio Account that sync your current progress between devices.

Jul 19 2013, 8:42am CDT | by

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Rovio Account is Now Globally Available on iOS and Android Devices

Rovio Account is Now Globally Available on iOS and Android Devices

Rovio has globally rolled out today Rovio Account for all iOS and Android devices. Rovio Account basically allows gamers to store their game progress and continue playing the game from same stage on another device. What it means that whenever you play Angry Birds, you will be able to continue playing from same stage where you left the game even if you switch the device.

Rovio has just made the officially announcement. It states, "Today we're thrilled to announce that Rovio Account is now globally available on iOS and Android devices! We know that you've all been waiting for a way to sync progress between devices and we really feel that we have an amazing solution in place now."

Currently this option is only available for original Angry Birds and The Croods. But the famous game making firm promises to launch it soon for other gaming titles including both other Angry Birds and non Angry Birds titles.  

 

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