1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 17, 2012 12:38 PM by spacewank RSS

Angry Birds and Angry Birds Rio updates

spacewank Community Member
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Why are the standard updates seen for every other version of these games not available on Intel AppUp?


Why should I continue to purchase apps and games from this service if it does not provide these and other upgrades?


This may only be my opinion, but this is pretty lame. It's like paying for a pizza only to realize it's missing slices!

  • 1. Re: Angry Birds and Angry Birds Rio updates
    Ron@Intel Community Member
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    I would like to confirm that the availability of any update depends on the application developer. For instance, with Angry Birds* and its different versions (i.e. Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Seasons), Intel has to wait until Rovio* provides us an updated version of the application in order for it to be available through the Intel AppUp(SM) center. When this happens, you will be able to download each update by accessing the “My Apps” section of the Intel AppUp(SM) center store.


    Note: These applications are not written or developed by Intel. We provide the Intel AppUp(SM) center for customers to download applications to run on their netbooks or PCs, and for companies to sell or distribute their applications. However, Intel does not have access to the software code for applications and cannot make changes or enhance said applications.


    Ronald M.

    Intel AppUp(SM) center Support

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