[NTLK] Google releases Android Studio, kills off Eclipse ADT plugin

Greg Goodwin drclu at swbell.net
Wed Dec 17 06:19:45 EST 2014

Ahhh, so it is true that Angry Birds is not free on iPad.   Ok.   Thought I wasn't looking hard enough,

Mostly Android based here, but I was trying to find the game for my Dad.

On Dec 11, 2014, at 1:47 AM, Joost wrote:

> On 10 Dec 2014, at 15:10 , Jon Glass <jonglass at usa.net> wrote:
>> Personally, I feel safer on iOS than Android due to permissions. The only
>> time I ever see "permissions" on Android is when downloading an app from
>> Play, and it gives me the option to either install or not, and usually
>> gives a long list of things the app will do.
> Indeed. There’s a reason some apps (Angry Birds being a famous example) are free on Android while they are pad apps on iOS. You’ve just described that reason.
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