Lifestyle

Pokemon Go Is Finally Available In The Philippines!

We won't judge you if you go ahead and download it, stat!
IMAGE giphy.com

After all the anticipation, Pokemon Go, the hottest augmented reality (AR) game of the moment, is finally available in the Philippines.

Tech news website Yugatech provided the following download links:

Pokemon Go Android
Pokemon Go iOS

After that, what else is there to say, really? The whole world has gone crazy over Pokemon Go. Last month, Apple stated that Pokemon Go has broken App Store download records. Apple didn't cite specific numbers, though.

As of July 25, TechCrunch estimated Pokemon Go has already logged at least 75 million downloads worldwide. That figure also includes Android downloads.

In a CNN Money feature, research firm SensorTower points out that people now "spend more time on average inside Pokemon Go than they do in top apps such as Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter."

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

your REACTION
BOO

0

CUTE

0

EWW

0

HEART

0

OMG

0

YAY

0

/////////////////////////////
COMMENTS. JOIN THE DISCUSSION BELOW!
VIEW more ARTICLES ABOUT
Recommended Videos
About the author
F. Valencia
VIEW OTHER ARTICLES FROM Faye
Comments
latest on CandyMag.com
 
x
Share
Coffee is life, pero minsan, kailangan talagang mag tipid-tpid 'pag may time.
 
x
Share
Aside from electricity and water, here are some essential subscription services you can divide among you and your dormmates.
 
x
Share
I was young, supposedly halfway through my first college degree, working several side hustles to pay the bills with zero savings.
 
x
Share
You don't have to splurge a lot on an expensive model for its high-quality camera to get started with vlogging.
 
x
Share
Just like in your darkest times, your college friends were there with you during the best days of your life.
 
x
Share
Pasig City government aims to allow more scholars to have free tuition and higher incentives.
 
x
Share
The last remaining speakers of a dying language wanted help to preserve their heritage.
LOAD MORE ARTICLES