The Cloud has become a topic du jour in 2011. We’ve heard rumors of Apple planning to launch a “media locker” service sync for your personal data and media files across iOS devices. We’ve also seen how Amazon rushed their cloud based service offering in an effort to beat Apple and Google to the market.
None of this has prevented Rovio from confirming the creation of a cross-platform sync solution, dubbed Angry Birds Sync, that could allow you to play Angry Birds across multiple devices without ever losing your achievements, progress and records.
According to The Appera, a tweet from Rovio has revealed that the company is working hard “on a solution to get all Angry Birds devices in sync.” Rovio is targeting this summer to release the Angry Birds Sync, which could sync their game across multiple devices including your iPad, iPhone, Mac and possibly Windows.
Meanwhile, Rovio has also posted the first screenshots of their upcoming seasonal Angry Birds update for Easter. The new update will include plenty of eggs, bunnies, and a total of 15 new levels that will be released for the iPhone and iPad.
[via Touch Arcade]