Have an Android Device and Want My Penguin? Help Club Penguin Out!

Currently My Penguin is only available for iPad and eventually iPhone and iPod Touch, however don’t worry Android folks – a version of My Penguin for your device is in the works! Club Penguin needs your help, too.

Here’s what Polo Field is asking of Android device owners to help him out with:

So to get things kicked off, let’s hear from all the Android users here on the blog. There are a whole bunch of Android devices out there in the world. We’d like to know… what Android device(s) do you use, and what version of the Android OS do you use? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

If you want to help Polo Field and the My Penguin development team out then head on over to the blog post¬†and leave a comment answering Polo Field’s questions.

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31 thoughts on “Have an Android Device and Want My Penguin? Help Club Penguin Out!

  1. I use a 7 inch Ainol NOVO 7 Flame tablet.
    Android version: 4.2.1
    RAM: 1 GB
    Processor: Dual Core 1.5 GHz.
    Screen Resolution: 1280×800 (Supports 1080p FULL HD Video Format)
    16 GB of storage.

    I hope Club Penguin releases the My Penguin app for android as soon as possible. We want it so badly, I can’t wait. I hope it’ll have the same feauters such as the iPad version with the 3D igloo design, exclusive My Penguin clothes, including the mini games that you can access by opening the map.

  2. I haven’t seen any android labels on the Kindle Fire devise. The back says amazon the home page says amazon. I think Amazon runs Kindle fire.

  3. Trainman, I have a question. Sorry if this question is stupid but still…Is Android OS those system that operates the tablets? Or are they the different types of tablets? Because I have a Knightpad Android IRULU tablet and I am hoping that My Penguin comes in it.

    • It’s not a stupid question. :) Different tablets run different operating systems, just like computers. PCs run Windows while Macs run OS X. On the other hand iPad/iPod/iPhone run iOS. Then there’s Windows Phones running Windows Phone OS. Then Android phones and tablets run Android OS.

      So yes, Android OS is the operating system running on Android tablets. Most tablets (aside from the iPad) run Android. Your tablet is running Android OS.

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