Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm and gained massive popularity in just one week after its release. The game is available on Android and iOS devices, and it has recently received an update that will make it available on Android Nougat 7.0 developer preview as well.

Pokemon Go now works on Android Nougat 7.0 developer preview so that users don’t have to downgrade to Android 6.x in order to play it, according to Android Police. Considering that Android 7.0 is currently available just as a beta preview, the game might not perform as expected. Still, the latest update to version 0.29.2 also works with Intel x86-based processors, including the ones featured on ASUS ZenFone devices.

The update to 0.29.2 has already started rolling out, and the game is available only in a few countries, namely the US, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand. Germany has just recently been added to the list, and the developing company, Niantic, is expected to offer the game in other regions as well.

Pokemon Go is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game that allows users to capture, battle and train virtual Pokemon that appear throughout the real world. It uses the phone’s camera and GPS, but the company also plans to release a Bluetooth wearable device to be used together with the game.

Users who don’t have the patience to wait for the new version to arrive can download the APK.

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