Coronation Street fans slam the soap's new free app for being filled with pay-to-remove ads

CORRIE fans blasted the soap’s new free app for being choked with commercials — forcing them to pay £1.99 to lose the ads.

The game — heavily plugged in breaks on ITV — has been downloaded more than 100,000 times.

But some users have ditched it.

One wrote online: “A good game but adverts every 30 seconds! Sometimes two in a row.

"I refuse to line their pockets to stop the ads.”

Another said they stopped playing because the commercials annoyed them.

Users play a crossword-style game to get to redecorate the homes of Street ­legends, such as Ken Barlow.

The game’s developers told one fan: “Coronation Street is a free-to-play game, ads are helping us to keep it that way.”

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