Angry Birds For Free For The First Time Ever Is Your Deal of the Day

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You probably already have a copy of the original Angry Birds hanging out on your Apple ID or Google Play account. Not only has the game become synonymous with mobile gaming, but when Apple released data back in 2012 it was the most downloaded paid iPhone app of all time. Now it's free. Yup, the most downloaded paid iPhone app of all time is now free for the first time ever.

Android users may be wondering if they're left out. No — although there's been a free ad-supported version on Google Play for some time, Amazon Appstore is offering the ad-free version for $0 as well.


Sure, Rovio has progressively added more in-app purchases over the four or so years that this game has been out. And there are new, sexier Angry Birds versions too, like Angry Birds Star Wars. So this may be Rovio's way to bring the original Angry Birds out to pasture, or it could be a temporary price cut. Still, if you download it — or tell a behind-the-times friend to pick it up — it won't matter if it goes up in price, because you'll already have it for free. Do it. It's the kind of game that should come stock with every touchscreen.

Angry Birds ($0) | iTunes | Originally $1
Angry Birds HD ($0) | iTunes | Originally $3
Angry Birds Ad-Free ($0) | Amazon Appstore | Originally $1
Angry Birds Ad-Free HD ($0) | Amazon Appstore | Originally $3


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This Is Your I-Already-Have-Angry-Birds Deal of the Day

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Roombas, those hardworking and often existentially sad robotic vacuum cleaners, are a great addition to any small house or apartment, because who actually likes vacuuming? The Roomba 650 is a great first Roomba — it's not the cheapest, but it has the most features for the price. It's Wirecutter's favorite robotic vacuum. Right now it's only $300 over on Amazon, and everywhere else — everywhere else — still has it for $400. Great deal.
[Amazon via Wirecutter]



1.5TB WD My Passport Portable HD ($90) | Best Buy via Storageaholic | Originally $120
Logitech G710+ Mechanical Keyboard ($100) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $140
3TB USB 3.0 Seagate Desktop HD ($110) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $140



Maglight Solitaire Flashlight ($4.5) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $10
Swann iFly Remote Control Helicopter ($10) | Fry's via Hard Forum | Originally $40
Stack-On Tool Box ($10.77) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15
6-Pack Seventh Generation Dish Liquid ($14) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $26 | Clip coupon on page
Leatherman Wingman Multi-Tool ($20) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $35
Nerf Vortex Blaster ($31.49) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $40
Lian Li Mini-ITX Computer Case ($50) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $70 | Use coupon code EMCXTXM58
Philips Norelco 1150X SensoTouch Razor ($70) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $90
1500 Lb. Capacity ATV/Motorcycle Lift ($78) | Harbor Freight Tools via Edealinfo | Originally $120 | Use coupon code 88648358
Coleman 8-Person Montana Tent ($110) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $150



Apple's been maintaining a mysterious Ebay storefront, and it just might be the best way to buy some new Apple stuff.



Klipsch S4 ($35) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $45
Velodyne vPulse Earphones ($70) | B&H Photo via Wirecutter Deals | Originally $100 | Expand a lil
Harman Kardon AVR 1565 Reciever ($198) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $400
Sennheiser MM550 Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones ($270) | World Wide Stereo via Edealinfo | Originally $330 | Use coupon code HEADPHONE



Ticket To Ride Complete Pack ($6.49) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Football Manager 2013 ($16) | Green Man Gaming via Reddit | Originally $40 | Use coupon code GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS
Age of Empires II HD ($18) | Steam via Reddit | Originally $20 | Not a huge discount but I am really excited for this reboot
God of War Saga for PS3 ($20) | Gamestop via Reddit | Originally $40 | Need Gamestup PowerUP rewards
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for Xbox 360 ($24) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $50
Far Cry 3 ($35) | Uplay via Reddit | Originally $50
Crysis 3 Hunter Edition ($40) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $60
GOG Superb Strategy Weekend | GOG via Reddit
Max Payne 3 ($13.59) | Steam via @jamesfuston | Originally $40


Physical Media

Hellboy ($8) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15
Machete on Blu-ray ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15


Digital Media

Vikings Episode 1 ($0) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $1



60% Off Billykirk Bags | Bilykirk via Well-Spent | Use coupon code WELLSPENT

Dumb TV → Smart TV



Nothing today except for a $950 MacBook Air on Ebay that's $110 less than the Apple Refurbished store.





No tablets.


24" Viewsonic 1080p Monitor with Speakers ($160) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $200
32" Sceptre 3DTV ($250) | Newegg via Newegg | Originally $350 | Use coupon code EMCXTXN22
40" Sceptre 1080p HDTV ($288) | Amazon via HDTVaholic | Originally $400



Not today.


Sigma 30mm f/1.4 Lens for Nikon ($279) | Buydig via Cameraaholic | Originally $600


Bare Drives




Back to the Future ($0) | iTunes via Reddit | Originally $1



Instant Buttons ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Reddit | Originally $1 | You also get a free MP3 credit
Handy Locator ($1) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $2
GA Series 1-3 ($3) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $5 | Episode 2, Episode 3
Angry Birds HD ($) | via | Originally $



TabLauncher ($0) | Mac App Store via Appy Fridays | Originally $4


No freebies for you.

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Does Gizmodo have a review for the Roomba 650 ? I want one but I don't know enough about them to make a decision.