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Apr
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Last Updated: April 11th, 2014

Update #1: Rovio has since taken to its blog to address the issue. Regarding Android in particular, the company has this to say:

We've reached out to the company for further clarification.

29
Jul
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Anyone who has made the jump to Android 4.3, which admittedly isn't that many people right now, may have noticed that some applications now plant persistent notifications in the status bar. We offered this as a disclaimer in our post about manually updating a Nexus 4 to Android 4.3. Turns out, this is completely intentional. Android now forces persistent notifications on unkillable apps that run silently in the background. This is an attempt to call attention to behavior that isn't quite okay.

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