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Niantic Silently Updates Pokemon Go to 0.75.0, Get the APK Now

There has been a new APK appearing on apkmirror.com, which also confirms that is an update from Niantic. It seems like Niantic has updated their Pokemon Go to 0.75.0. Being scared of the file veracity, we’ve been looking around, investigating if the file is legit to download and install on your mobile device. After investigating around and also downloading the file, we can confirm that the file is safe to download. PokemonGoHub has confirmed the same which is getting rid of any potential threat.

After all, it seems that Niantic has updated their APK without anyone knowing. Below you can find the official changes published by Niantic:

  • Items received from spinning Gym PokeStops and completing Raid Battles are now displayed in the Journal.
  • Improved Pokemon Collection screen search functionality by allowing Trainers to search using “defender” and “legendary”.
  • Resolved a bug which caused Pikachu hats to disappear from the in-game model and icon.
  • Resolved a bug which caused some icons to disappear when scrolling through the Pokedex.
  • Various bug fixes and performance updates.

We still think that there’s a bigger reason behind this update for which Niantic would love to go low by staying quiet. You can get the apk by clicking on this link.



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