The head of the developer behind Nintendo Co Ltd's Pokemon GO said he wanted to launch the smash-hit mobile game in roughly 200 countries and regions "relatively soon" and was working on bolstering server capacity to enable the wider rollout.
On the day that Pokemon GO was released in the U.S., it shot straight to the top of app store rankings.
However, that doesn't mean people elsewhere can't play it yet. And it's exactly this thing that's determining Nintendo to go after websites hosting the APK and making Pokemon Go available for users living in countries where the game can not be downloaded from the store.
Pokemon Go launched on July 5 in the United States and has since been released in several other countries. The Japanese company introduced Pokemon during the late 90s.
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But, while its beating out social media apps, it falls short when it comes to time spent playing other mobile games. Just get a different device, along with a cellular data plan for it, to play Pokemon Go at work, rather than doing it on your company phone.
In the second similarity lies the special Pokemon GO hack that will lead you to rare Pokemon very quickly, very easily. This figure is an estimation, because people here are spending more time on these applications including Snapchat.
Church locations which have been been registered on the game as Pokestops include St Stephen's in Rednal, Birmingham, Hope Church in Islington, north London, and St Mary's Episcopal cathedral in Glasgow.
Nintendo has given no indication as to when or whether Pokemon Go will be released in China.
As clearly explained in a report by Wired, the update needs to be installed and the person needs to sign out from their account and sign back in when using the game app to see the change take effect.