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Temple Run for Android Updated, Fixes Crash Issues and Adds Support for the DROID RAZR and Bionic

The newest smash hit game on Android named Temple Run, has finally received an update to fix some major issues that have plagued it since release. There was one nasty bug that made the app freeze up and close whenever you went to restart the game, which was quiet annoying. On an even better note, they have also added support for the DROID Bionic and DROID RAZR devices.

Go grab it and let us know if all the kinks have been worked out.

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  • planfan147

    It doesn’t even show up when I search for it on play store?!

  • Benmar

    not working on my MSI Windpad enjoy 10 wont even start up

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  • steve30x

    this update seems to now work with some snapdragon processors like htc rezound because before the update the game didnt show up at all meaning it was not compatible.. so i checked on the pc at play store and it was not compatible but todays update it now works and its fun!

  • eddieonofre

    HELP! This game gets addicting 

  • Gus

    No more crashes! It may just be me, but the game feels a bit smoother too.

  • SpikedRed

    Finally? Tim, surely you could do a bit of a better job of framing than that…the application JUST came out earlier this week!

    • zepfloyd

      I would say finally. This game has multi-million users, it felt like a alpha build with some obvious 0day bugs that should have been fixed ASAP. 

  • Samvelavich

    updated it on my gnexus, and I already see MAJOR speed improvements… it used to lag gout on me every once in a while, but works flawlessly now :) thanks imangi!

  • EvanTheGamer

    YESSSSSSSSSSS! FINALLY! Thanks Imangi!

  • snowblind64

    So the bugs are annoying but quiet?

    Just had to poke fun. So many typos lately.

  • http://twitter.com/tejaskary Tejas Karandikar

    Woo hoo !! Perfectly usable now on the GNex !

  • Crazydog

    No! The only thing that stopped me from playing was when it crashed. Now I can never stop!

  • balthuszar

    this update is nice, but the “working on the razr” idea is moot…i had it on my razr since you guys posted that it was available

  • HuskerHog

    Got it on my razr maxx now.  Didn’t think it was all that until I started playing it.  Hard to put down.

  • Jesusmacabee

    all my guy does is jump, he cannot turn corners to safe his life.

  • Michael Forte

    I’m glad to see they updated quickly.

  • OhAaron

    Updated. :)

  • Sga

    It already was working on the Bionic…well at least mine.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/Z6KWKB7UNAMEWNQXHNJSQZLXOI Adam

    Typical, why does Google Play get the good games so much later than Apple’s App store? Why should I upgrade to another Android in May when my Fascinate (replaced twice) has been buggy and force closes all the time. Everyone I know who has an Android phone has similar issues. Apps force closing, having to take the battery out everyday, etc. If I buy a Nexus or say, a Galaxy SIII, will that continue? Plus we’re stuck on Gingerbread, and no I’m not rooting. 

    • OhAaron

      I’m personally in strong support of buying Nexus devices, but the GSIII will probably be quite an amazing phone. Software is the most important thing to me, and I like my ICS pure! I love my GNex.

    • http://twitter.com/spdivr1122 Stephen

      because theyre getting even better and iphones suck?

    • tjmonkey15

      Sounds like you’ve already made up your mind.  Just switch to an iPhone and be done with it.  I personally love Android and do not like iOS, but it sounds like you are the other way around, so dump Android and go with what you like.  

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/Z6KWKB7UNAMEWNQXHNJSQZLXOI Adam

        There’s actually a lot of things I like about Android. I like apps like FoxFi, which allows me to use my 3G as a hotspot for free. If I get a 4G phone, it will have crazy fast speeds. iPhone will never have that. Just tired of Google getting apps so late and that iOS has so much more support.

        • drparty

          I see you don’t want to root. Thats understandable, but fact is, if you root/custom rom your phone you literally won’t have the issues you mentioned, besides the obvious fact that Android does in fact often get apps later and 2nd class versions at that.

          That said, even after the update I think Temple Run still sucks quite a bit compared to the iOS version, I’ve played them side by side on a Gnexus and an iPod Touch and I can easily score 5million+ on the touch but can’t top 2mil on the Android edition just because its laggy and difficult to control compared to the iOS edition. I think the graphics are lower-res too, whole screen looks blurry compared to the sharpness of the iPod touch (4th gen). I know I have a 720p display on the Nexus but it doesn’t look like it. Perhaps they just copied the graphics to Android without a proper attempt at resizing them.

        • drparty

          I see you don’t want to root. Thats understandable, but fact is, if you root/custom rom your phone you literally won’t have the issues you mentioned, besides the obvious fact that Android does in fact often get apps later and 2nd class versions at that.

          That said, even after the update I think Temple Run still sucks quite a bit compared to the iOS version, I’ve played them side by side on a Gnexus and an iPod Touch and I can easily score 5million+ on the touch but can’t top 2mil on the Android edition just because its laggy and difficult to control compared to the iOS edition. I think the graphics are lower-res too, whole screen looks blurry compared to the sharpness of the iPod touch (4th gen). I know I have a 720p display on the Nexus but it doesn’t look like it. Perhaps they just copied the graphics to Android without a proper attempt at resizing them.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797475274 Nadeem Najib Kizi

      A couple of things to remember:
      1. Not many smartphone users play games on their phones. They get boring quickly.
      2. Even though Apple gets SOME good games faster than Android, their variety of apps is not as good as Android’s because Android allows all types of apps.
      3. Force closing occurs because of three reasons:
      – No ram left
      – Bad update ( due to manufacturer )
      – App’s fault.

      Buying a Nexus will decrease the amount of lag and reboots dramatically. I don’t own one, but it’s common sense. Since the device is supported by Google, Google would work out an update to fix the bug right away, which is why Nexus devices are awesome. 

      In conclusion, get a Nexus and test it for a week or two. You will certainly be impressed. If Jelly Bean comes out, you won’t be stuck on ICS, you will have Jelly Bean two weeks after it comes out. 
      And of course, there are LOTS of roms for the nexus to customize your phone in any way you want.

  • http://twitter.com/Crispityyy Scott Morgan

    I hear that when you update it erases all the upgrades you bought…true?

    • Plastic

       Just updated, all my power-ups are safe.

  • Soccerfon

    Can I just say that whatever is happening to the Play Store, it freaking sucks! Not telling me about updates and reoccurring connection problems. Am I the only one experiencing this?

    • http://www.droid-life.com Tim-o-tato

      No, you’re not. The Play Store has been having some issues the past two days :(

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