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Pokémon Go was released to mixed reviews; critics praised the concept but criticized technical problems. It was one of the most used and profitable mobile apps in 2016, having been downloaded more than 500 million times worldwide by the end of the year. It is credited with popularizing location-based and AR technology, promoting physical activity, and helping local businesses grow due to escalated foot traffic. However, it attracted controversy for contributing to accidents and creating public nuisances. Various governments expressed concerns about security, and some countries regulate its use. The game had over 147 million monthly active users by May 2018, over a billion global downloads by early 2019, and grossed more than $6 billion in revenue by 2020.




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In September 2016, Niantic introduced a "Buddy Pokémon" feature, which allows players to pick a Pokémon to appear alongside them on the profile screen, and receive in-game rewards and bonuses based on the chosen Pokémon.[19] The feature was released later that month.[20] Certain Pokémon have different distances that they need to be walked in order to receive candy. The more the player walks in real time, the more candy they can earn. During the same update, Niantic made it impossible for players with rooted or jailbroken devices to log into the game in an effort to reduce and prevent cheating.[21]


At the Comic-Con 2016, John Hanke, founder of Niantic, revealed the appearances of the three team leaders: Candela (Team Valor), Blanche (Team Mystic), and Spark (Team Instinct).[62][63] Hanke conveyed that approximately 10% of the ideas for the game were implemented. Future updates, including the addition of trading, more Pokémon,[64] implementation of Pokémon Centers at PokéStops, a patch for the "three step glitch", and easier training, were also confirmed.[65] He also stated that Niantic would be continuing support for the game for "years to come".[64] In an interview with TechCrunch in September 2016, Hanke hinted that player vs. player Pokémon battles would be released in a future update.[66] In December 2016, coffeehouse chain Starbucks and telecommunications company Sprint collaborated with Nintendo to add PokéStops and gyms at certain locations of theirs throughout the United States.[67][68] That same month, a companion app for Apple Watch devices was released, which allows users to receive notifications about nearby Pokémon, but does not allow for them to be caught.[69] In January 2017, an additional 5,000 more Starbucks locations became available as gyms.[70] In February 2017, an update was released which introduced over 100 species based in the Johto region from the second generation of the core Pokémon series, which were added alongside the original 151. The update also included the addition of new berries, new Pokémon encounter mechanics, and an expanded selection of avatar clothing options.[71][72] Some of the Pokémon introduced in Ruby and Sapphire were added in late 2017, starting with a Halloween event in October and 50 more in December. A weather system was added alongside the latter, allowing real-world weather to affect gameplay.[73] In November 2018, a game developed by Game Freak and heavily inspired by Pokémon Go, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! was released on the Nintendo Switch.[74] This game will feature Pokémon Go style catching with Joy-Con and there has integration between the two games.[75] In addition, new Pokémon Meltan was revealed in September, becoming the first new Pokémon to be released through Pokémon Go.[76] On October 10, 2018, The Pokémon Company and Niantic announced plans to introduce Pokémon from Diamond and Pearl into Pokémon Go.[77] On October 12, Niantic teased one of the Generation IV Pokémon that would be coming to Pokémon Go.[78] On October 25, a feature known as Adventure Sync was announced, which will record the player's walking data in the background.[79] On October 26, Niantic announced research tasks for Bug type Pokémon that will give players a chance to catch Shedinja throughout November.[80][81]


In mainland China, Google services are banned by the Great Firewall, whereas the GPS function in the game is blocked by Niantic. Players of Pokémon Go in China have to download the game with App Store IDs from other regions and use VPN to access Google services in order to load the game, and some even use a GPS spoofing app to bypass the GPS blocking. Some players also downloaded a clone app called City Spirit Go, which was released shortly after Pokémon Go's beta test in Japan.[127] As of 2020, the official game is still unplayable in most parts of China with GPS modules being blocked in-game.


Critics praised various aspects of Pokémon Go. Oscar Dayus (Pocket Gamer) said that the game was an immensely enjoyable experience and continued with how "the very personal nature of catching Pokémon in your own neighborhood made me smile more than any game has for years".[173] Jeremy Parish (US Gamer) compared the game and its social aspects to a massively multiplayer online game.[174] Reviewers also praised the game enabling the promotion of physical exercise. Terri Schwartz (IGN) said it was "secretly the best exercise app out there" and that it changed her daily walking routine.[175] Patrick Allen (Lifehacker) wrote an article with tips about how to work out using Pokémon Go.[176] Julia Belluz (Vox) said it could be the "greatest unintentional health fad ever" and wrote that one of the results of the game that the developers may not have realized was that "it seems to be getting people moving".[177] Users took an extra 194 steps per day once they started using the app, which approximated to 26% more than usual.[178] IGN named it the 100th best video game of all time in 2018.[179]


Pokémon Go rapidly rose the American iOS App Store's "Top Grossing" and "Free" charts.[183][184] The game has become the fastest game to top the App Store and Google Play, beating Clash Royale,[185] and it became the most downloaded app on the App Store of any app in their first week.[186] Within two days of release, it was installed on more than 5% of Android devices in the United States, according to SimilarWeb,[187] According to Sensor Tower, the game was downloaded more than 10 million times within a week of release, becoming the fastest such app to do so,[188] and reached 15 million global downloads by July 13.[189] According to SurveyMonkey the game became the most active mobile game in the United States ever with 21 million active users on July 12, eclipsing Candy Crush Saga's peak of 20 million.[190] By July 15, approximately 1.3 million people were playing the game in the Netherlands, despite the app not being officially released in the country at the time.[191] On the day of release in Japan, more than 10 million people downloaded the game,[192] including 1.3 million in the first three hours.[193] By July 31, the game exceeded 100 million downloads worldwide, according to App Annie and Sensor Tower.[159][194] On August 8, Pokémon Go reached the milestone of over 100 million downloads on Google Play alone after barely 33 days on the market.[195][196]


Through in-game purchases, the game generated more than $160 million by the end of July 2016,[197] with App Annie reporting that Pokémon Go had generated around $10 million in revenue every day that month.[198] The same month, Sensor Tower reported that the game had passed more than $200 million in worldwide revenue, beating every existing record set by Clash of Clans and Candy Crush by a wide margin.[199] On August 12, 2016, the Financial Times reported that Pokémon Go reached $268 million in revenue after five weeks counting only the U.S., British, and German markets.[200] The average daily usage of the app on Android devices in July 2016 exceeded that of Snapchat, Tinder, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.[201] Due by the game's massive popularity, several app developers became focused on developing similar AR apps using available software development kits (SDK). By September 2, 2016, Pokémon Go had generated more than $440 million in worldwide revenue, according to Sensor Tower.[202] By September 30, it had received 500 million downloads and grossed $470 million in 80 days, according to market research firm Newzoo.[203] Pokémon Go reached the milestone of $600 million in revenue after only 90 days on the market, becoming the fastest mobile game ever to do so.[204]


In February 2017, Pokémon Go was awarded being the best app at the Crunchies award event.[215] By February 2017, the game has been downloaded more than 650 million times worldwide, with a reported $1 billion in revenue made, becoming the fastest mobile game ever to do so.[216][217] By June 2017, the game was downloaded more than 750 million times,[218] with an estimated revenue of $1.2 billion according to Apptopia.[219] According to mobile app research firm Apptopia, approximately 60 million users were still playing the game a year after launch.[220] In May 2018, The Pokémon Company announced that the game reached over 800 million downloads worldwide.[221] Forbes estimated that the game may have come close to 900 million downloads by September 2018.[222] The top five countries where it has received the most downloads are the United States (21%), Brazil (9.3%), India (8.6%), Mexico (5.5%), and Indonesia (5%).[223] As of February 2019, the game has been downloaded by over 1 billion people worldwide.[224]


The game was referred to as a "social media phenomenon" which has brought people together from all walks of life.[242][243] 231 million people engaged in 1.1 billion interactions that mentioned Pokémon Go on Facebook and Instagram in the month of July.[244] Numerous media outlets referred to the surge in popularity as "Pokémon Go Mania", or simply "Pokémania".[245][246] The massive popularity of the game resulted in several unusual positive effects. For example, the game placed players where they can help catch criminals and report crimes in progress, although it has also placed some in harm's way,[247][248][249][250] and has even aided law enforcement's community relations,[251] albeit with caveats.[252] Businesses also benefited from the nearby presence of PokéStops (or them being PokéStops themselves) with the concomitant influx of people,[253][254][255] and the intense exploration of communities has brought local history to the forefront.[256] The game was also seen bringing its players to places of worship, as many Pokégyms are located there.[257] Despite some criticism by religious leaders, this was received positively by religious groups, who saw it as reminding adherents to come and pray.[258] Some establishments considered purchasing lures in the game to attract additional players to PokéStops on their property.[259] Within a week of its release, a secondary market emerged for the game, both for the resell of high-level accounts on Craigslist and PlayerUp, and for the sale of expert advice on Thumbtack.[260][261] Wireless provider T-Mobile US started an offer for free data for a year for Pokémon Go sessions,[262][263] and Yelp added a filter that only shows businesses which have a PokéStop nearby.[264][265] National parks across the United States saw an influx of visitors due to the game, with "hundreds or thousands" of people visiting the National Mall and Memorial Parks in Washington, D.C. on the weekend following Pokémon Go's release in the country.[266] Small museums with PokéStops placed at exhibits also reported increased attendance, such as the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas, and the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Boca Raton, Florida.[259] Charity organizations also sought engagement from players, with animal shelters offering dog walks to people who want to hatch eggs.[267]


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