Pokemon GO 0.69.1 for Android & 1.39.1 for iOS Released – Changelog

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A new version of Pokemon GO is being rolled out for users around the globe – 0.69.1 for Android and 1.39.1 for iOS.

New Pokemon GO Update Rolling Out Now – Grab the Update Today

If you’re a regular player of Pokemon GO then you’ll be pleased to learn that a new update is currently available for you. But the new release does not bring with it any new features. Instead, it focuses on bug fixes and enhancements. Nonetheless, here’s everything that has changed in this update.

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Pokémon GO is in the process of being updated to version 0.69.1 for Android and 1.39.1 for iOS devices. Below are some release notes and comments from our development team.

-Spark has returned to appraise Pokémon for Team Instinct Trainers.

-Resolved a motivation decay bug impacting Pokémon with less than 3,000 CP.

-Resolved a bug causing Pokémon GO to freeze after consuming Potions too quickly.

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-Resolved a bug causing Pokémon GO to freeze after all six Pokémon faint during a Raid Battle.

-Resolved an issue causing iPhone 6 devices to crash.

This update is extremely important for iPhone 6 users as it fixes a bug that caused the game to crash abruptly. Furthermore, if you noticed the game freezing up after consuming Potions, you’ll be glad to learn that this issue has been fixed too.

As ever, the game remains free for everyone to download and play. But there are in-app purchases available if you wish to level up quickly than anyone else. Tap on the link below to go straight to the download page for both iOS and Android.

If you don’t see the new update just yet, then there’s no need to panic. The game is available for download in a wide number of regions and its rollout will obviously be gradual. So please, exercise a little patience if you’re looking forward to this update.

In the meantime, do let us know in the comments section whether or not you’re still playing Pokemon Go. Or, has the magic worn off for you completely?

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