A new update for Pokémon GO has begun to roll out and while it is nothing major, it does amend a couple of known android issues and text fixes. Here’s the official write-up:
Following its release half way through the year, App Annie reports that Pokémon GO amassed over $950 million dollars, a sum that saw Pokémon GO take the No.3 spot for apps that made the most revenue in 2016. Quite the achievement indeed, but today’s news doesn’t stop there because a new update is on its way. Granted it’s nothing special, but it’s still an update nonetheless:
Pokémon GO updated to version 0.55.0 for Android and 1.25.0 for iOS:
(28th of January, 2017)
Pokémon GO is in the process of being updated to version 0.55.0 for Android and 1.25.0 for iOS devices. Below are some release notes and comments from our development team.
- Reduced the starting load time on Android devices.
- Resolved Android connectivity issues for the Pokémon GO Plus accessory.
- Integrated iOS wheelchair support for use with Apple Watch.
- Minor text fixes.
The Pokémon GO team”
Source: Pokémon GO (Facebook)Tags: Niantic Labs, Pokemon, Pokemon Go, updates
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