Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO

By Niantic, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-07-07
  • Current Version: 1.75.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 237.53 MB
  • Developer: Niantic, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 319,136 Ratings

Pokémon GO Description

Pokémon GO just introduced a new research feature that encourages Trainers to explore the world by completing a variety of objectives with the opportunity to earn helpful rewards and discover powerful Pokémon. Join Trainers across the globe who are discovering Pokémon as they explore the world around them. Pokémon GO is the global gaming sensation that has been downloaded over 800 million times and named “Best Mobile Game” by The Game Developers Choice Awards and “Best App of the Year” by TechCrunch. Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, Pikachu, and many other Pokémon have been discovered! Pokémon are out there, and you need to find them. As you walk around a neighborhood, your smartphone will vibrate when there’s a Pokémon nearby. Take aim and throw a Poké Ball… You’ll have to stay alert, or it might get away! Search far and wide for Pokémon and items Certain Pokémon appear near their native environment—look for Water-type Pokémon by lakes and oceans. Visit PokéStops and Gyms—found at interesting places like museums, art installations, historical markers, and monuments—to stock up on Poké Balls and helpful items. Catching, hatching, evolving, and more As you level up, you’ll be able to catch more-powerful Pokémon to complete your Pokédex. You can add to your collection by hatching Pokémon Eggs based on the distances you walk. Help your Pokémon evolve by catching many of the same kind. Choose a Buddy Pokémon to walk with and earn Candy that will help you make your Pokémon stronger. Compete in epic Gym battles You’ll join one of three teams and battle for the ownership of Gyms with your Pokémon at your side. As your Charmander evolves to Charmeleon and then Charizard, you can battle together to defeat a Gym and assign your Pokémon to defend it against all comers. Team up to defeat powerful Raid Bosses A Raid Battle is a cooperative gameplay experience that encourages you to work with up to 20 other Trainers to defeat an extremely powerful Pokémon known as the Raid Boss. If you succeed in defeating it in battle, you’ll have the chance to catch an extra powerful Pokémon of your own! It’s time to get moving—your real-life adventures await! Note: - This app is free-to-play and offers in-game purchases. It is optimized for smartphones, not tablets. - It is recommended to play while connected to a network in order to obtain accurate location information. - Compatibility is not guaranteed for devices without GPS capabilities or devices that are connected only to Wi-Fi networks. - Compatibility information may be changed at any time. - Information current as of March 28, 2018. - Compatible with iPhone® 5s / SE / 6 / 6s / 6 Plus / 6s Plus / 7 / 7 Plus / 8 / 8 Plus / X devices with iOS Version 9 or later installed. - Not compatible with 5th generation iPod Touch devices or iPhone 5c or earlier iPhone devices. - Please visit www.PokemonGO.com for additional compatibility information. - Compatibility with tablet devices is not guaranteed. - Compatibility is not guaranteed for all devices. - Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically reduce battery life. - If you use Pokémon GO with your Apple Watch, with your consent we use the Apple HealthKit APIs to read and/or write certain data (such as Step Count, Calories Burned, and Distance Walked) to the Health App Database on your device (the “Health App Data”).

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User Reviews

  • The game is fun and all

    By Willflare
    The game is fun and all but it won’t even open on my phone anymore
  • read the terms and conditions?!?

    By Crimson07242
    They wanna see the last web page you viewed before opening the app?!? What does that have to do with the game functions? Personal data could be stored in a foreign country and is not applicable to us privacy laws? Does not accept “do not add cookies” because there’s basically no law saying do not add cookies. This is a d*mn spy app. Who knows what they do with your camera.
  • Keeps crashing

    By estouxperdoado
    I love the game but since the new update it keeps crashing and won’t load the game
  • Extremely buggy...

    By The_Poofer
    It seems that the team is so anxious to push out new builds that they fail to properly test them before the builds roll out... Up until this point, the app crashes were...tolerable. But now the app crashes constantly at startup. Crashed before I updated my device OS. Crashes still even after it’s updated. Ready to just delete Pokémon and make room for a new game.
  • App keeps closing

    By Romestay100
    Keeps closing after loading bar completes
  • Great game

    By jjkj1235
    I love playing Pokémon go seems to be getting better
  • Crashes Everytime

    By Kitty91fu
    Unplayable. Absolutely unplayable.
  • Crashes

    By KnownToMe
    I have an iPhone 7, everything is up to date. App worked fine before, now crashes every time I start it up. Reached out to the support team with no response a week ago. Going to uninstall.
  • App keeps crashing

    By hzlaugher
    Privacy policy makes all crash
  • Excellent game, but one concern for the future

    By Ky-Ky 12
    I absolutely love this game and spend way more money on it than I should, and I’m as excited as anyone to see trading will be come to us soon. It seems like Niantic and Pokémon have done a swell job at implementing trading mechanics that will prevent trading from breaking the current gameplay economy. However, the one thing I did not see that I would like to is a restriction on how many times a Pokémon can be traded. If IV’s will be retooled every time a Pokémon is traded, there need to be some sort of restriction besides just stardust expenses that keep people from trading Bagon’s, Dratini’s, and the like back and forth until they get a good IV reroll. Even making it where you can only trade Pokémon you’ve caught would be a good answer to this potential loophole. This to me is the only thing that could keep the currently gameplay economy mostly stable while also flawlessly implementing much-wanted trading. As Niantic and Pokémon excellently fixed all my previous concerns in my last review, I am confident they will do the same again.