Pokemon Go's Very First Updates and Germany Release

With the release of Pokemon Go last week, Niantic has release two updates for their smash-hit game application. On top of that, Pokemon Go is officially rolling out in Europe.

Patch 1.0.1, the first update, was released yesterday for both Android and iOS users. For iOS users, it was automatically updated via app store, but for Android users, you had to manually update it by going to Pokemon Go's application page. Update 1.0.1's patch notes gives a heartwarming message from the company to its players as well as what the patch contains/fixes such as:

  • Trainers do not have to enter their username and password repeatedly after a force log out

  • Added stability to Pokemon Trainer Club account log-in process

  • Resolved issues causing crashes

  • Fixed Google Account scope

Patch 1.0.2 which was released earlier today only adds more fixes to players Pokemon Trainer Club login issues. However, we should see more updates in the coming weeks as more and more countries begin their own Pokemon Go journey.

On another yet exciting note, Niantic has begun releasing Pokemon Go in Europe, starting with Germany. Earlier today, the company announced via Pokemon Go's twitter that it has been released on Android and iPhone Google play/App stores in Germany.

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