Pokemon Go Broke App Store Record For Most Downloaded App

By   /   Jul 23, 2016
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Pokemon Go is a hugely successful game, no other mobile game has seen a success such as this game’s. Pokemon Go is breaking all kinds of records, and one more broken record has been added to this list. The game is the top app in iTunes free and Top Grossing charts, however, the augmented reality game broke app store record for most downloaded game.

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According to Apple, Pokemon Go is downloaded more times in its first week than any other app in history. Speaking with CNET, an Apple spokesperson confirmed it, however, the company did not provide any specific figure of downloads. Also the company did not disclosed which app held the record previously.

In related new, a Pokemon Go player has already caught all 142 Pokemon, a reddit user shared an image of his Pokemon collection revealing all 142 Pokemon he manged to capture. The player also revealed that he walked 153.2 KM, and he did not sleep much as he works 50+ hours in a week.

The only Pokemon lacking in his collection are legendary birds – Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres – and legendaries Mewtwo and Ditto. The player also needs to catch 3 more region specific Pokemon Farfetch’d, Kangaskhan and Mr.Mine. These Pokmeon are exclusive to Asia, Australia and Europe respectively.

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Pokemon Go has also launched in the homeland of Pokemon, Japan. Niantic Labs officially announced that Pokemon Go is available for download in Japan. Looks like Niantic has managed to overcome the server backlash they were facing in Japan. As previously Ninatic labs CEO, John Hanke , said that the game will launch in Japan if they can handle all the traffic for their servers.

Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game developed by Niantic Labs for iOS and Android.