Epic Games' Fortnite will definitely not go through the usual distribution channels, as the developer announced that downloading the game via Google Play Store will not be possible. Thankfully, the Play Store is finally doing something about it.
Fortnite is the biggest mobile game release since Pokemon GO, but unlike Pokemon GO, you can't download it from the Google Play Store.
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The game, for now, is available exclusively on Samsung devices through the company's app store.
For those unfamiliar with Digital Wellbeing, this is a feature that allows users to keep tabs on how they are using their phones with graphs and statistics aimed at helping them have a better understanding of whether they are using their devices, or specific apps, too often.
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This week, much has been made of the fact that the Android version of Fortnite will not be available through the Google Play marketplace. Perhaps the developer intends to profit from the first early wave of adopters, which will be massive given the time users have waited for the game to arrive on Android. While a version for Android was in the works, malware creators preyed on those Android users looking for a game that, unbeknownst to them, had yet to be released for their device. However, the millions of kids who just want to play the latest and greatest game probably aren't aware of that.
Even more concerning than the malware threat with just Fortnite for Android, however, is what this could mean for other app developers going forward. Check out our guide below to see how to install Fortnite for Android.
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Sunday's natural disaster triggered at least 230 aftershocks, which were expected to continue for the next two weeks. And in late July, another 6.4-magnitude quake in Lombok killed 16 people and damaged hundreds of houses.
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