Editors' note: When we tested Angry Birds with the HTC Evo running Android version 2.2, the game continually crashed at the title screen. After asking around CNET's New York office, we found that every Evo owner experienced the same bug. Early reports online also confirm the issue.
Stand by Android owners, as you'll be able to get your fix of evil pig-killing suicidal flying birds starting today.
In a blog post, Angry Birds developer Rovio revealed that Angry Birds Lite Beta would be available for anybody to download today. The creators were originally planning to run a closed beta test, but there was a "massive response and demand from the Android community" to make it available.
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