Google Play Store: Angry Birds Go and Android Device Manager Apps Detailed

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By Robin Sinha | December 12, 2013 7:44 PM EST

Angry Birds Go, one of the much-anticipated games from Rovio, is now available from the Google Play Store as IAP-supported free download.

The gaming app features the beloved characters from the first Angry Birds version and now includes a downhill go-karting game.

This is Rovio's first 3D Angry Birds game which features beautiful settings along with lush effects.

In the race, users can get different power-ups, perform stunts, race on the sidetracks with their favourite birds and pigs.

Users can also get to try different game modes such as Race, Time Boom, Fruit Splat, Champion Chase and Mega Match. They can also upgrade and purchase the rides using virtual currency.

The app also includes some in-apps purchases out of which some go as high as $49.99. Rovio is also said to remove the $100 IAP present in an early iOS version of the game, reports Android Authority.

The Angry Birds Go app can be downloaded from here for free. The game takes up 168MB of space and requires Android 2.3.3 and later versions to run.

Check out the gameplay trailer below:

[Video Courtesy: /Youtube]

Device Manager App Available

Google has also released an app for its Android devices tipped as Android Device Manager app. The application allows users to locate, ring, lock and wipe devices remotely.

The app was first introduced in August via a web interface which helped users find their devices. The ADM app also has the same functionality, but the interface is much faster.

The Android Device Manager app is especially made for those who own several Android devices. One can use the tablet to find, ring, lock or erase a missing smartphone remotely.

The app is also said to work with multiple user accounts.

In order to use the app, the user must allow it to act as a device administrator which can be done by going into Settings > Security > Device administrators, or by sending notifications either from the app or the web interface.

The Android Device Manager app can be downloaded from here. It requires 1.7MB of space and requires Android 2.3 or later verisons to run.

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