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New Flappy Bird update live for iOS

With the Android version of Flappy Bird already on version 1.3, the iOS version of the ever-popular app has to play catch-up. However, there is a new Flappy Bird update for iOS, which went live yesterday and as you would expect brings with it several changes.

Because there were different problems with the iOS version when compared to the Android version of Flappy Bird, the changes are slightly different, although they both have the same thing in common, and that’s to help improve the user experience.

What’s new in Flappy Bird Version 1.2? In version 1.2 for Flappy Bird on the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad you get to play with some new birds, the frame rate has been improved, Dong Nguyen has made several bug fixes and finally, players will notice an all-new UI, which is said to make a vast improvement.

The download size for this new Flappy Bird update is 2.6 MB and you should update the moment you see it show up on your iOS device, unless you have your apps set to automatically update.

There is no getting away from the fact at how popular this app is, which you can see by the number of Flappy Bird alternatives there are. This looks set to become one of, if not the most popular apps ever because it is so frustrating, yet addictive.

Players have become very interested to share their highest Flappy Bird scores with others and even have to offer proof because those other players often find it hard that such a high score was achieved.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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