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Pokémon Go Officially Released For iOS and Android

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We’ve been waiting and waiting for Pokemon Go to finally be released, and after a long wait, the augmented reality game is finally out in the wild, sort of. It’s officially hit both iTunes and Google Play, but for some reason we’re having trouble installing it, as it’s installable in any of our devices yet.

iOS users in Australia are apparently the ones who get first dibs, so just keep refreshing that webpage to try out the augmented reality game made by Niantic Labs’ take on the creature capturing game.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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16 Comments

    1. You need to invest on a flagship or upper midrange phone if you want no disappointments sa pokemon go. Hula ko this will be a battery-hogging game dahil na rin sa gagamit ito ng gps at camera everytime you detect a wild pokemon. Iiyak ang intel soc kahit gumana yan later.

    1. *This sucks.
      *It’s
      Hindi nakakahiyang magtagalog kung hindi pa fluent sa english. May room for improvement kaya konting praktis pa.

          1. PRACTICE (English)
            Translation in Tagalog (Filipino):
            Insayo; Sanay; Pagsasanay; Ugali.

  1. Currently playing the game.. just download the APK from sites.. works well but doubt it lack some features that is available in said countries(Australia, Japan and New Zealand). 🙂

  2. is it compatible to lenovo K910L. I looked at google playstore and said that my device is not compatible with it…

    plz,… help

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