Followed by iOS users update yesterday, Pokemon Go release the new update version of the app to version 0.29.2 which supports Android N (Nougat) and smartphones powered by Intel x86 processors but not with lower version of intel processors. The most notable new feature is support for devices running the Android N Developer Preview.
Luckily, I’m an Asus Zenfone 2 4RAM users and tried to install Pokemon Go. This update will work on Asus Zenfone 2 users but better tried to install on your ASUS phones too. This means Pokemon Go app is now playable and compatible to Asus Zenfone 2 series including the Deluxe version.
Unfortunately, my region is Philippines which might not work well because Pokemon Go servers temporarily block Philippines and other region outside Australia, New Zealand, and US. This updates is a guarantee that Niantic Inc., developer of Pokemon Go will do to make all users who waiting to play it possible. However, the servers of Pokemon Go are not yet opened to unsupported countries, but there’s a rumor from a reliable source that Nintendo will make Pokemon Go official and available in many countries including Asia with the Philippines, Japan, and Europe with UK.
Together with this new update, Pokemon Go will also available in Germany too officially.
The new version of Pokemon Go is available now Google Playstore. The reason why you can’t see Pokemon Go in Google Playstore is the compatibility of your phone with the latest version or your country is currently block by Pokemon Go.
Download Pokemon Go version 0.29.2 here.
I’m ready to catch them all!