Gameloft today announced that it has become the latest brand to join Sprint's growing line of ID Packs.
The two bundles each bring Sprint consumers four of Gameloft's popular Android games along with direct access to news, updates, and more. Depending on what type of gamer you are, or how powerful your handset is, you can install either the HD Games ID Pack or Top Games ID Pack. And for those who simply cannot decide, Sprint allows users to have up to five ID Packs on each handset.
The HD Games ID Pack is designed to run on Sprint's high-end devices like the
Whether you call the ID Packs value added software, bloatware, or just a bunch of like-minded content, Sprint has offered customers theof Android titles for . Usually designed around specific brands (CMT, MTV, Disney), or sports (Fantasy Football, , Golf) themes, users can find wallpaper, ringtones, widgets, apps, and other content.
Additional Sprint IDs include bundles for, , and household organization.
Honestly, I think that the Sprint ID Packs are a great, free way to get people off and running with titles that they may not have discovered on their own. Have you installed one on your Sprint handset yet? And if you're not with Sprint, would you like to see your carrier employ a similar strategy?