Nintendo’s latest gaming wonder “Pokémon Go” is out to rock. Having already created the furor among the gaming aficionados, the app has bowled over everyone who has indulged in it-including me!
If you still believe that I’m just exaggerating, you would have to give it go to see the truth. Currently, Pokémon Go is available only US, Australia, and New Zealand.
But if you are craving to try this all new game on your iPhone even if it has not yet released in your country, there is a trick to do the job for you. Let’s get along with these simple steps to download it on your iPhone or iPad!
How to Download and Sign up for Pokémon Go on iPhone/iPad
If you are outside US, Australia, and New Zealand, you need to change the App Store country region on your iOS device. You can easily get it done by following these easy steps. Once you have successfully changed the country, go ahead with the process.
Step #1. Launch App Store on your iPhone.
Step #2. Next up, tap on Top Charts on the bottom tab. (You can also tap on Search and enter “Pokémon Go”) → Now, tap on the Free → Next up, tap on Get followed by Install.
Step #3. Now, you will have to authorize with your Touch ID or enter your password.
Step #4. Now, let the app get downloaded. Get back to the Home screen on your device.
Step #5. Tap on the Pokémon Go → Enter your Date of Birth.
Step #6. On the sign-up screen, you need to tap on the Google icon.
Step #7. You have to enter your Google username. (If you don’t have a Google account, you need to tap on Create account and follow the instructions.)
Step #8. Enter your Google password. (If you have enabled two-factor authentication for your Google account, you will have to follow the procedure.
That’s all! Now, this is the time to get started with this fantastic game. Start hunting the Pokestops, Gyms and more.
Do let us know your quick feedback about this game in the comment.
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