A few days after third-party Pokemon GO app PoGo-UWP stopped working after developer Niantic turned on encryption of their server calls, PoGo -UWP developers shared that a new API has been finalized, opening the way for a comeback of the app on Windows phones.
The Pokemon GO client for Windows called PoGo has been in the centre of attention on Microsoft oriented websites lately. And that is for a good reason, as the project has been rapidly evolving with the help of the eager Windows Phone community. A few days ago, a user on PoGo’s official Telegram group reported that the app […]
Niantic has changed the data encryption, causing Pokemon Go third-party applications to break. This includes the popular PoGo UWP app for Windows Mobile.
A petition to bring Pokemon Go to Windows phones has hit over 100,000 signatures shortly after the release of third-party Pokémon Go app, PoGo UWP.
In just a few days the petition to bring Pokemon Go to Windows 10 Mobile has grown from less than 5,000 signatures to 50,000.
Niantic CEO, John Hanke, hinted that Pokemon Go may arrive on augmented reality devices, such as the HoloLens. Could we see Pokemon Go for HoloLens?