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Pokemon GO has now reached yet another major milestone. The app has officially surpassed 50 million installs on Android, and currently sits somewhere between that number and 100 million.

Pokemon GO’s previous milestone on Android was 10 million. That happened back on July 12.


Pokemon GO launches in France

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Pokemon GO has arrived in yet another new territory. Earlier today, Niantic made the game available to download in France. It should be out now on both iOS and Android.

Here’s the news straight from the official Pokemon GO account:


GameStop is looking to capitalize on Pokemon GO success once more. Just like last week, select locations will be hosting lure events on Saturday and Sunday. Stores will be dropping lures every two hours between 10 AM and 8 PM. Find a GameStop nearby through the link here.

Pokemon GO has done quite well for GameStop. CEO Paul Raines said stores that were either PokeStops or Gyms resulted in a big sales spike last weekend.

Pokemon GO has been breaking records left and right, but unofficially so. Today, however, Apple has come forward confirming an official milestone for the popular game. Polygon reports that it has more downloads in its first week than any other app in history through iTunes.

It’s not entirely clear how many times Pokemon GO has been downloaded, at least officially. The last number reported from Sensor Tower earlier in the week was 30 million across iOS and Android.


Pokemon GO has launched in Japan, and so has the collaboration with McDonald’s. The fast food restaurant announced its exclusive partnership that has all 2,900 restaurants showing up in the game’s app. About 400 of the restaurants are Gyms, while the other 2,500 are PokeStops.


Pokemon GO just released in Japan, and has already managed to skyrocket to the top of the charts. The game is already at the top grossing position on iOS. In Japan, the mobile market can be lucrative, so this is great news for all parties involved.


Pokemon GO is now available in Japan. To celebrate, Niantic’s John Hanke and Game Freak’s Junichi Masuda shared a few words. Most of the message is from Hanke, though Masuda’s comments are unfortunately available in Japanese only.

In any case, here’s the video:

Aside from the video, Nintendo issued a notice on its investor’s website about its forecast in response to Pokemon GO. Essentially, things are staying the same from now. You can read the full message below.

Following last week’s video, Nintendo put out another new promo for Miitomo today. View it below.

Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find a new stage, along with some brand new items.

“Stealing the beach scene! Vacation Vogue #1” is the new stage. It includes the following:

– Knit bikini bandana (set)
– Knit bikini top (set)
– Knit bikini bottom (set)
– Flotation device

And as far as the new items go, you can nab the following:

– Flaring fashionista hat
– Sheer floral shirt
– Summery skirt w/ gradient
– Sheer striped socks
– One-strap beach sandals
– Surfboard
– Far-future headgear (set)
– Far-future suit (set)

Miitomo’s latest collaboration is with none other than Super Mario. There are a lot of activities going on relating to T-shirts, including a Twitter vote and much more.

Here’s the full rundown:

Starting 7/22/2016, vote for your favorite design via our Twitter poll, and the winning tee will be available via My Nintendo!

Here are the designs you can vote for:

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