With an aim to monetize the growing games market, Angry Birds maker Rovio has inked a carrier billing deal with Idea, as per a latest report from the Economic Times.
Angry Birds has long been a staple game on most smartphones, and with increasing number of people using it on different device, the necessity of game save transfers were clear. Rovio acknowledged this need, and announced that they are releasing their own cloud service called Rovio account, which can save your game progress with a sign-in, and roam the saves through various devices you use. This has finally launched today, on iOS and Android. Initially supporting only the original Angry Birds and The Croods(which had it already), Rovio promises to work on adding it to all its other games real soon.
Rovio, the creators of the popular Angry Birds franchise has announced Accounts that would let you sync the progress of your game online so that you can start a game on a device, and continue it on another device. If there are several users on the same device, they can all have their own saved game. You can also combine saved games from several devices. You just need an email address to create an account, but you can also play the games without an account. Continue reading “Rovio introduces Accounts, lets you sync game progress across devices”