If you are a Pokemon fan, you should definitely be knowing that the game has now been released, and for those who don’t know, it is an augmented reality (AR) game. The game is based on the same mechanics as the popular AR game Ingress.
So basically you wear a Pokemon GO wearable and use your smartphone to find Pokemon around you. You then have to roam around in real life and you will be notified when a Pokemon is around to catch. It’s a really cool game that uses your real life surroundings as the map for the game. That’s the reason why Pokemon GO was one of the most-awaited games recently.
How to Get Pokemon GO
So you want to download Pokemon GO? Well, the game has not been released to all the countries that means you cannot get it on Play Store. But you can install the APK of the game to avoid region restrictions. Latest Pokemon GO APK download for Android is now available for those who can’t find the game in the Google Play Store.
How to Install Pokemon GO on Android
- If you are in one of the regions where Pokemon GO has been officially released for Android, you can download the game directly from the Google Play Store.
- In case you don’t find the game in the Play Store, you need to install it from the Pokemon GO APK download file that you can get from APKPolice.com. The current version at the time of updating this article is 0.29.3.
- Open that APK file on your Android phone or tablet using the file manager and follow the on-screen instructions to install Pokemon GO.
- Now open the game and start playing.
After successful installation of the game, check out how to play Pokemon GO game. If you are unable to install the game or are having issues with the game, do let us know in the comments below. Also, you can check out the Pokemon GO common errors and their fixes.
Also, only download Pokemon GO APK from trusted sites like APKPolice, APKMirror, etc. Getting the APK from untrusted/unknown sources or sites can result in malware attacks. A new malicious Pokemon GO APK has been discovered that installs a backdoor called DroidJack to the victim device, thus sneaking into personal and possibly critical information. Stay safe!