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Fortnite: Reinstall it on your iPhone or iPad!

If you have previously downloaded Fortnite on Apple devices such as iPhone or iPad, then you are one of the lucky few.

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Fortnite: Reinstall it on your iPhone or iPad!

It can be Apple and Google decided to abolish her popular game epic Games by App Store and Play Store, but this does not mean that it is impossible to download anymore. If you have previously installed Fortnite on an Apple device, either iPhone or iPad, before it was banned, you can now reinstall the application. All you have to do is follow the steps below.

First, if you want to play the mobile version of Fortnite at Android, you can download the application and install the game manually. It is also available to smartphone and tablet owners Samsung Galaxy from the Galaxy Store.

Start by opening «App Store»On your iPhone or iPad, use Apple's built-in search if you can't find Fortnite on your smartphone or tablet you.

Go to its page account you select the "Bought", And then click on"My purchases».

Finally, select the tab «Not on this iPhone", look for it "Fortnite»And then press the download button.

Fortnite: Reinstall it on your iPhone or iPad!

Unfortunately, if the game is not included in the list, which means you have never downloaded it before.

After reinstalling the app on your iPhone or iPad, you can sign in to your Epic Games account, download data game and start playing.

Do not hesitate to delete the Fortnite application from your iPhone or iPad again, as if you change your mind you can download it again, even if it has been removed from the App Store.


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