*UPDATE (13/07/16): Update version 0.29.1 for Android devices is out now, and although the update for iOS devices was meant to make the whole Pokémon GO (currently the biggest mobile game in U.S history based on daily users) experience easier, it has now come with a new issue of its own that seems to lock out those trying to access the app when using their Pokémon Trainer Club account. As of yet, Niantic have yet to say anything concerning this issue.
Since Pokémon GO’s release last week, the online community has been complaining about two things, “When is it coming to my area?” and about all the bugs and gaming delay due to the servers being down, a lot. Well Niantic are fully aware of these issues, and although the app is not yet ready for release in territories elsewhere, an update is out now.
To some users frustration, the update is currently only for those who are playing the game on iOS devices, (over 7.5 million users reported in the US alone,) so if you’re an Android user (now reported to be over 10 million of you) a new update is on its way to all of you as well, but you’ve got to wait a little longer. Still at least you can rejoice in the fact that the update will address a number of issues almost everyone has encountered already. Here’s Niantic regarding the iOS update:
Should any details regarding the update for Android devices, or even new release details emerge, we’ll be sure to add it to our site as soon as we are able.
Source: Pokémon GO (App Store)Tags: App Store, iOS, Niantic Labs, Pokemon Go, Version 1.0.1
This post was written by Jack Longman