Fortnite is coming to Android this summer Epic Games, the studio behind the insanely popular battle royale game “Fortnite” had officially released the mobile version for iOS platform a few months ago. Besides iOS, the game is also available on Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. However, no specific release date of the game
Samsung has recently resumed the distribution of the Android 8.0 Oreo update to both the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. The deployment of the software package was halted a few days ago after reports of boot loops and bricked devices surfaced after users installed the operating system upgrade. Moderators from Samsung’s official
A few days ago, Valve released the beta version of the Steam Link app for Android. This means that you can play your Steam library right on your phone, and it's pretty great. Though it's by no means a new concept – we've seen it before with Sony and Nvidia devices – it doesn't require either a PlayStation or a GeForce graphics card. All you need is a Steam library and your phone on the same network, plus a controller, and you're good to go.
The biggest game of the year is about to get a whole lot bigger. After a mobile release on iOS back in March that raked in tens of millions of dollars, Epic Games announced the upcoming availability for Android gamers.
The Sapphire Blue variant of the Vivo V9 Android mid-ranger is now available for purchase in India, having been released in the country on Friday. Originally launched in March, the Vivo V9 ended up being one of the more popular choices among Indian consumers looking for a smartphone this spring, as previously suggested by the
The 244th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about Steam Link's beta launch, YouTube Music's release date, Drupe's epic fail, and more Android apps and games news!
Signing up for it on my phone was easy, the gestures were, for the most part, intuitive and I was saving power from all the new algorithmic features on Android P. And this is a beta version.
Endless OS 3.4 Released With Phone Companion App, Linux 4.15 Kernel, And Smarter Updates Endless Mobile, Inc., which develops the Linux-based operating system, Endless OS and reference platform hardware for it, has recently announced Endless OS 3.4, which is the company’s latest major release. According to Endless OS’ community manager Michael Hall, Endless OS 3.4 is
Game developer Epic Games announced via a company blog post that Fortnite, one of the brand’s most popular products, will be coming to Android this summer. “We are targeting this summer for the release” the blog post reads. “We know many of you are excited for this release, and we promise that when we have more information
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Additions to the ZenFone 3 Zoom include upgrade to Android O, removal of several default apps (MiniMovie, PhotoCollage, Do it Later, etc.), and a new swipe up gesture to access the app drawer.
The phenomenon that is Fortnite will be making its way to Android, Epic Games has revealed. An Android version of the game is something that mobile gamers have been begging for for some time now, and it seems it will not be long until these pleas are answered. While an exact release date has not been revealed, Fortnite for Android will be happening in the next few months. See also: Meltdown patches are slowing down games such as Fortnite Fortnite has proved massively popular over the last year on Mac, PC and game consoles. There's an iOS version that has…