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Install the Withdrawn "Flappy Bird" App for Free from an App Store

People have been going crazy about the "Flappy Bird" game app on Android and iPhone. However, with its recent success, the author of the game has mysteriously withdrawn it from the Apple App Store and the Google Play. That have created even more hysteria over the game. In fact, there are numerous reports of profiteers that are attempting to sell phone with "Flappy Bird" installed for thousands of dollars.

But why? When you can still install the "Flappy Bird" for free on your Android phone? It's off the iPhone App Store. And it's off the Google Play. So how can you install it?

The answer is the Aptoide app stores. Aptoide is not just a single app store. It's a whole collection of app stores for Android. You see, anyone could create an Android app store on the Aptoide platform. Many people have. And many people have uploaded free Android apps that they've downloaded onto their own Aptoide-based app store. Most of the apps on the Aptoide app store are free apps for Android, because they are generally not protected; after all, the original authors generally want the wider distribution to increase their ads revenue.

So as you can guess by now that "Flappy Bird" game is still available on the Aptoide app stores. It's likely that it will be there for a long time.

Gabe
Thu, 13 Feb 2014 01:09:02 +0300

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