The third-party Pokémon Go app PoGo-UWP for Windows 10 Mobile has been disabled once again. The developers behind the app state that an update to Pokémon Go from developer Niantic Labs has broken much of the API that the PoGo-UWP was using.
The third-party Pokémon Go app PoGo-UWP for Windows 10 Mobile has released a major new update. It brings the app up to version 1.0.29 with a number of new features, such as the addition of the Pokedex and item inventory.
The team behind the third-party Pokémon Go Windows 10 Mobile app PoGo-UWP have issued a warning not to install the current version of the app. It could cause your Pokémon Go account to be banned by the game's developer Niantic Labs.
We've put together a full step-by-step video guide for getting the Pokemon Go client PoGo-UWP beta on your Windows 10 Mobile phone. All you need is a PC, a Windows 10 Mobile device and a home Wi-Fi network (or USB). Here's what you need to know.
Just a few hours ago the first open source Pokémon Go client came out for Windows 10 Mobile (and Windows 10, technically). While just an early beta the game does let you find and capture Pokemons in the real-world. Here is a hands-on demo of the app in action including actually capturing a Pokémon, hitting up a local Pokestop, and more!
The Windows developer community has once again proven that anything is possible when there's enough passion involved. Pokemon Go is now available on Windows 10 Mobile as an open source UWP project. It's missing a lot of features, but it's early days yet. Here's how to get it running.