September 17, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
An update to the Angry Birds Lite beta application is now available in the Android Market. The game is in many ways what users have already seen but there have been some improvements made as developer, Rovio, works to get Angry Birds ready for official release.
The most noticeable change is support for more phones. Several users of the HTC EVO reported that the game would not play on their phone, but I just downloaded Angry Birds and it works on my EVO. Gameplay is slower than expected, but it’s finally operational. Other users reported being unable to play on Froyo or custom ROM’s, but there’s an increased chance that they should find better results now.
Keep in mind that this is still a beta and requires some polish before the app is ready for sale and a full release. To entice players to provide feedback in a survey, Rovio Mobile promises to give ten testers Angry Birds Toys. Download the game from the Android Market and then fill-out the survey.