Angry Birds developer Rovio has apologised for the compatibility problems being faced by some Android users.
, the developer said that owing to the fragmentation of the Android system, the game was suffering from compatibility issues on some devices.
The company stated: “Right now we are running even more testing and resolving all the issues we have identified. We are also looking at all of the feedback we have received, and trying to improve the ad performance.”
Rovio said that the company was working on a light version of the game that will be able to run on lower-end Android devices. However, for the time being, some Android devices, including HTC Magic/Sapphire/Mytouch 3G, HTC Tattoo and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini, will not be able to support the game.
Speaking about the upcoming lightweight version of the game, the company said: “This does not mean lighter gameplay or a lesser amount of levels, but a game experience optimised for devices with less processing power.”