Flappy Bird Can Now Be Played on Android Smartwatches

Smartwatches are good for certain things. Music. Notifications. Fitness monitoring. But, one activity they have consistently disappointed in, is playing games. A proper version of Flappy Bird for Android Wear could change all of that.

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As the search engine giant Google has banned the famous Flappy Bird app from its Play store, the Vietnam-based app published by GEARS Studios has found its way back on smartwatches this times.

Flappy Bird Can Now Be Played on Android Smartwatches

Flappy Birds is an amazing game created for the soul purpose of time pass was banned by Google but had crossed millions of downloads in the play store and won everyones heart. To describe the game we can start off by saying that it looked too easy to play but once the user started to tap the screen the bird would flap its wings to go through certain spaces between pillars, thus making it difficult for the user to concentrate on timings, taps and the height.

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But now its unofficially available on android wear. A crafty developer ported the title to Google's wearable device platform. As the game still remains unofficial it can't be installed from Google's play store. You will need to sideload a modified version of the game's apk file to your smartwatch and continue to tap tap tap!!!

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