Epic Games Adds Five New PC Apps to the Epic Games Store

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Epic Games has added five new PC apps to the Epic Games Store. Joining Spotify today is all-in-one digital music, podcasting, and live streaming radio service iHeartRadio; free and open-source web browser Brave; 2D pixel art to 3D model generator KenShape; and digital painting application Krita. Ironically, Epic Games has also added an app for itch.io—a game store that primarily comprises DRM-free indie titles. Note that iHeartRadio is available to Epic Game Store users in North America only.

These apps join the popular music streaming service Spotify, which launched as the first app on the Epic Games Store late last year. Beginning today at 8PM ET, a Fortnite partnership with Spotify will begin, where Fortnite Crew Members will receive three free months of Spotify service for new Spotify Premium Subscribers, limits apply. You can expect to see more amazing apps added in the future, including our own face-to-face social network Houseparty and the Community-driven communications app Discord.

Source: Epic Games

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