Even though Pokemon Go was just released, all users are waiting for app updates. Find out when Pokemon Go updates are expected and what new updates contain.
Pokemon Go updates expected about every other week.
July 6th, 2016: United States, Japan, New Zealand and Australia Pokemon Go apps are released.
July 13th, 2016: First Pokemon Go update is released. The Pokemon Go update stabilizes connection to the server and debugges the login process. Users should no longer have to repeatedly log in if the server crashes or the app closes.
July 30th, 2016: New Pokemon Go update is released with a variety of changes. The ‘step counter’ (footprints beneath nearby Pokemon) has been removed completely. Users have been given the ability to recustomize their trainer avatars. The Pokemon Go update also made adjustments to move damage and other battle related changes. Niantic also made changes to UI during wild Pokemon encounters and in the Pokemon menu.
August 1st, 2016: iOS only update. The update improved Pokemon details experience and performance.
August 8th, 2016: The latest Pokemon Go update has made extensive changes to the game. On a superficial level, reminders not to drive have been added, Medal icon bugs have been fixed, visuals of team laders added and the ability to change your nickname once has been created.
On a higher level, a variety of changes were made. Pokemon Go tracking has been completely redone (see more in our tracking update article). Bugs preventing catching bonuses were fixed. A bug affecting the use of curveballs was also fixed.
The Battery Saver mode was returned to iOS, making many iPhone users very happy. This Pokemon Go update has been one of the most successful to date.