Peter Vesterbacka, Maker of Angry Birds Talks about the Birds, Apple, Android, Nokia, and Palm/HP

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  1. November 15, 2011

    […] hours, returning day after day to play again and again. Last year, statistics showed that globally, Angry Birds ate up 200 million minutes a day. That’s what you call […]

  2. November 19, 2011

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  3. December 11, 2011

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  4. April 2, 2012

    […] – Angry Birds: Illuminating interview with Peter Vesterbacka, who heads up games developer Rovio, maker of Angry Birds. Two interesting points: he says that Apple still king of the app stores, for its clean way of delivering paid apps, and GetJar was a great way of getting on to the Android platform. (via Tech n’ Marketing) […]

  5. April 3, 2012

    […] game), took the GetJar route when it expanded into Android. By the end of December, Rovio had 15 million+ downloads on the […]

  6. April 9, 2012

    […] profile of the non-native app stores on the market today, with 1.75 billion downloads to date and a stellar endorsement from the Mighty Eagle Peter Vesterbacka on why it was so important to get Angry Birds on the GetJar […]

  7. April 18, 2012

    I am starting a new gaming startup and I need to know Flash or HTML 5. With Internet Explorer supporting HTML 5 in the future, is it still worth my time?…

    A few good points I capture from your reply and let me try to advance this a bit: HTML5 vs monetizing. I don’t see these two connected at all. Rovio’s choice of implementation, has had more complex reasoning behind, IMO. The Chrome version was target…

  8. April 24, 2012

    […] Peter Vesterbacka, Maker of Angry Birds Talks about the Birds, Apple, Android, Nokia, and Palm/HP | … […]

  9. June 11, 2012

    […] Peter Vesterbacka, Maker of Angry Birds Talks about the Birds, Apple, Android, Nokia, and Palm/HP […]

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  11. October 26, 2015

    […] geek talk aside, everyone is already familiar with the wildly popular mobile game and phenomenon, Angry Birds. You know, the app that registers more daily global hours of usage than prime time TV? Yea, that […]