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Honor 20 Series owners get exclusive Fortnite Wonder Skin

Despite the stiff competition from PUBG Mobile and other third person shooters that have cropped up in the space, Fortnite continues to command a good share of the gamerbase. And now, Epic Games has teamed up with HONOR once again to give users of the Honor 20 series another exclusive skin called "Wonder". Epic Games had...

The Xiaomi Mi 9 supports playing Fortnite Mobile for Android at 60fps

Fortnite is among the most fast-tracked and action-packed battle royale games available for mobile devices. If you're new to the game, getting drowned into so much action or getting killed by an assailant is as easy as pie. As a rookie, you cannot bunk a sudden and unexpected death in Fortnite, but you can delay...

Fortnite for Android now supports Bluetooth controllers and 60FPS for 3 devices

Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world right now with over 200 million total players and millions of active players every day. Back in August, it launched on Android starting with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. With today’s 7.30 patch, Fortnite has been updated to bring a great new feature to...

Fortnite Mobile now supports Android devices with the Snapdragon 670 and 710

Fortnite is currently the most popular game in the world. It has over 200 million players and is available on every major platform. The latest v7.10 update now adds support for more mid-range Android devices by adding support for the Snapdragon 670 and Snapdragon 710. Epic Games also added support for the Samsung Galaxy A9...

Magisk v17.2 adds obfuscation for PS4 Remote Play, workaround for Fate/Grand Order, and more

Magisk is one of the best ways to root your phone, and not just because it's one of the only ways to do so on most devices. Magisk makes modifications entirely without modifying the /system partition and aims to bypass detection methods such as SafetyNet. It works extremely well except for a few games such...

Magisk updated with support for Fate/Grand Order and Fortnite Mobile

Rooting your Android smartphone or tablet can bring many benefits such as letting you install custom themes on Android Pie, tuning your audio output with A.R.I.S.E, taking control of your battery life with better control of wakelocks, and much more. But the downside is you'll have to deal with apps that have anti-root detection. Fortunately,...

Fortnite Installer could be abused to silently install apps on Galaxy phones

The launch of Fortnite Mobile on Android hasn't been too great, especially since many of the supported devices really struggle to play the game with acceptable frame rates. The game launched as a Samsung Galaxy exclusive for only 3 days. The Fortnite Installer was first available on Samsung Galaxy Apps before Epic Games allowed non-Samsung...

Testing Fortnite Mobile on Android’s performance: Can your device handle Fortnite?

Just as Epic Games promised would happen, the free-to-play battle royale game 'Fortnite' finally became available last week. For the first 3 days of its release, the game was limited the Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Tab S3, and Galaxy Tab S4. We expected a much longer...

Google adds warning in Play Store telling users that Fortnite Mobile isn’t there

Many would say that PlayerUnknown's Battleground (PUBG) made the "battle royale" genre popular. The game rose to popularity and gained even more momentum when they were able to release a mobile version of the game. It was clear the battle royal genre was here to stay, so Epic added their own battle royal mode to Fortnite....

Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 finally went official today (with some exciting announcements). The device was one of the worst kept secrets in the smartphone world over the last couple of months. It's still nice to tack that "official" tag on the device and get our hands on it. Thankfully, our friends over at Pocketnow got...

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Specs, Pricing, Availability, and Features

After months of waiting and many leaks, Samsung has finally officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.  The leaks have already unveiled the design, hardware specifications, and most of the new software features, but today, Samsung confirmed everything during its Unpacked event in New York. We also know when the phone will be available, the...

Fortnite Mobile on Android announced: What you need to know

Fortnite Mobile on Android has finally been announced. Samsung and Epic Games made it official today during the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. We reported on this about 2 weeks ago. Epic Games has announced that Fortnite Mobile for Android will be exclusive to Samsung Galaxy smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge,...