Saturday, 9 July 2016

Most Funny Pokemon Go Memes You will ever See !

Most funny pokemon Go memes you will die laughing.Pokemon Game just has gone viral before official release and become a very popular game now.That's is why there are lots of funny moments going on social networking site like Facebook, Twitter, etc.Due to the server, there are lots of memes posted by people all over the internet.Here is small but most funny collection Pokemon go meme you will die laughing.Do let me know which one is the best meme of Pokemon go.
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DO share any other meme you have of Pokemon Go let's see who has the best one don't hesitate to share you pokemon go collection in the below collection.Till then let's check out some best funny pokemon go memes both gif and png.

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Friday, 8 July 2016

[Full Guide] How to Play Pokemon Go A to Z Guide

Pokémon GO is becoming popular day by day so many people are trying this new and they found it interesting and if you also tried it and don't know how to play this game then don't worry , and I am writing this lengthy introduction guide to Pokémon GO. In it, I’ll point out some tips I’ve learned while playing the game and hopefully all of you can learn something new.

#Full Guide on How to Play Pokemon Go 

Pokémon GO – The art of catching, powering up, evolving, and transferring

Immediately, the first thing you’ll want to do is get your hands on Pokémon. With Pokémon GO, the world becomes your Safari Park! This means you'll be interacting directly with wild Pokémon and the quest is to literally catch them all. You should never ignore a chance to catch a Pokémon unless one of two circumstances occurs: there is a real life emergency near you or there is a rarer Pokémon out of the Pokémon available on screen. Catching Pokémon is how you will power up your Pokémon and evolve some of them. You will also be rewarded with some sweet XP.

Battery Power – You need to play the game

First and foremost, Pokémon GO requires you to have the game on constantly for it to register your steps. You can combat the major battery life drain by turning on battery saver in the Settings menu. By doing so, when you turn the phone upside down, your screen will darken but still play the audio cues and vibrate accordingly. This way, you don't have to walk with your phone out and still register steps and get notifications for Pokémon near you. This is extremely relevant for hatching eggs!

Stardust – The currency for power

With every Pokémon caught, you are awarded 100 Stardust. Stardust is used to power up your Pokémon, raising their CP, Combat Points. I’ll explain more about CP in a bit, however, keep in mind that the amount of stardust required to power up a Pokémon will increase as the Pokémon’s CP reaches the end of its CP bar (the curve above the Pokémon’s information represents how far along you can power up your Pokémon).

Candy – Pokémon have a sweet tooth

Also rewarded with a caught Pokémon is candy, specifically of your Pokémon’s family type (a caught Pidgeotto will reward you with Pidgey candy). The first catch of a specific Pokémon generally yields 6 candies and then 3 candies for each repeat catch afterwards. Candies are very important for evolving Pokémon more so than powering up, as powering up generally only requires 1 candy per level up. Pokémon families that have only one stage of evolution generally requires 50 candies. Those with 2 stages of evolution requires 25 candies for the first stage and then 50 candies for the second stage, 75 in total. The amount of candies required for evolution varies greatly from species to species. Thanks to /u/chrom_ed for concrete evidence outside of my range of available Pokémon.

Evolving – A whole new world
When a Pokémon is evolved, the amount of CP that the Pokémon had before evolution is taken into account as your new Pokémon’s CP will reflect that amount. If a Pokémon with low CP is evolved, the new CP will be low as well. Evolving a maxed out CP Pokémon doesn’t result in a maxed out CP evolution. This means that you’ll still need to power up your Pokémon after evolving, just less so. This means that a Pidgey with 75 CP will have more CP when evolved into a Pidgeotto than a Pidgey with 10 CP evolved into a Pidgeotto. Both Pidgeotto's will have the same CP Cap but each will have a different amount of CP, depending on their pre-evolved CP. Thanks to /u/justroku and /u/jtivel for the discussion.

Capturing Pokémon – The art of awkwardly throwing poke balls
If you’ve been playing the game, you’ve probably noticed that the throwing of the poke balls can be a little janky. I find it personally best to turn off the AR immediately as it centers the Pokémon in the screen. Now, with your Pokémon is centered on the screen, you can judge the distance of the Pokémon. Generally, Pokémon are located in three positions: close, distant, and far. Depending on the distance, you’ll need to drag and release your poke ball at different points to land the poke ball.

Circles – Circle, Circle, Dot, Dot, Please Just Get Fucking Caught

The best time to throw your poke ball is when the shrinking circle is at its smallest point. The smaller the circle, the better the capture rates. If your circle resets, don’t be afraid to hold onto the poke ball a little longer. You’ll also want to hold onto the poke ball for other circumstances such as the Pokémon decides to leap up or attack, as both of these situations can cause the toss to fail. However, you can still catch a Pokémon as it is leaping if you accidentally threw a “far” ball. If you land your poke ball within the shrinking circle, you’ll get bonus XP. These can vary and depends on the size of the circle at which you hit the center, includes: Nice!, Great!, Execellent!, and Perfect! These bonuses do not affect the capture rate, only rewards bonus XP. Thanks to /u/chrom_ed for the clarifications. You can also do a fancy spin on your pokeball to get the “Curve!” bonus but I’ve only managed that once. According to /u/coonwhiz, to throw a curve ball, move your finger in a circular motion with the poke ball until it sparkles and then release. It should be noted that a curve ball will change the trajectory of the throw!

Colors are important – Pikachu is red

Depending on the color of the Pokémon’s capture circle, the Pokémon’s capture rate can be affected. This can be affected by the Pokémon’s rarity and the Pokémon’s CP, so a rare Pokémon with a high CP will almost certainly be harder. The color starts out with green (easiest), orange (difficult), and red (hard). For the harder Pokémon, you’ll definitely want to use a Razz berry to increase the capture rate of the Pokémon. Acquiring better balls (Greater, Ultra, and Masterball) will also result in higher capture rates. Unfortunately, I do not know how to acquire the better balls but I assume it will be from Poke Stops at higher levels. I have confirmed that higher levels will in fact reward higher quality items at PokeStops, including balls.

Finding Pokémon – The nearby silhouettes

You’ll notice that in the bottom right corner of your main screen is a nearby Pokémon menu. Generally, the nearest three Pokémon’s silhouettes will be displayed. If you tap on this, a menu will display a list of nearest Pokémon. From here, you can see what Pokémon is nearby and how far they are. The footsteps underneath the Pokémon represents the distance they are from you: no footprints, less than 10m; 1 footprint, 10m to 25m; 2 footprints, 25m to 50m; 3 footprints, 50m to 100m. However, sometimes in the cluster of nearby Pokémon, you’ll want to specifically hunt one. Simply tap that Pokémon and they will be highlighted in blue. Now, if you return to the main screen, the nearby tab is now featuring the highlighted Pokémon and its distance from you. Now when you move around, moving towards the highlighted Pokémon will flash the nearby tab. Thanks to /u/Lastminuteguy for this information!

Poke Stops – Should have seriously been named like a poke station or whatever

PokeStops will provide you, the player, with items to use and some sweet XP. To utilize the PokeStop, simply be in range and then spin the circular picture in middle. You'll be rewarded with several items in bubbles. Simply tap or swipe across the bubbles to receive your items. The variety of items you receive depends entirely on your level. Higher level characters will receive different types of items aside from just pokeballs and eggs. PokeStops also serve another purpose besides being an item handout location. They can be used as Pokémon gathering grounds via lure modules. These lure modules will create an aura around the PokeStop that resembles Sweet Scent, covering the area with flower petals. If you happen upon a lure module, you can install the module onto any PokeStop for 30 minutes of increased Pokémon sightings around the PokeStop. To do so, click the white bar in middle of the PokeStop screen and select a lure module. I do not know the exact distance of the affect but it was enough to get about 10 or so strangers all crowded around a parking lot at ten at night. Lure modules do not require the player to walk around in order to spawn sightings.

Hatching eggs – Real life riding a bike for this

You may have noticed that sometimes a PokeStop will reward you with a Pokémon egg. These eggs can be found on the second tab of your Pokémon screen. At any given time, a player is allowed to hold at max 9 eggs. The eggs are given a walking distance before they can be hatched, these distances can be viewed underneath each egg. To hatch an egg, select the egg, select start incubation, select an unoccupied incubator, and begin walking. The player is given a free incubator with unlimited uses. However, each incubator can only house one egg at a time. If a player wishes to hatch more than one egg at a time, multiple incubators are required. The purchased incubators have a usage amount on them, expiring after hatching a certain number of eggs. So make sure to always have an egg inside your incubators! Hatched eggs will reward more candies for that Pokémon than simply catching the same type. I've seen a lot of discussion

Incense – When to use it

Sometimes, your nearby menu features no Pokémon or very little or you’re near a dark patch of grass (generally a public park). I suggest getting a bike if you plan on using incense if you want to make the most of the item. To clarify, this is incense which increases the sightings of Pokémon around your character for you, differs from the lure module for PokeStops. This incense requires some walking. I found that utilizing incense with increased travel speeds results in a ton of Pokémon. Utilizing incense near a dark patch of grass can also increase the spawn rate to insane numbers. In my use of the incense near dark grass, I was able to catch upwards of forty Pokémon within twenty minutes. Incense lasts for thirty minutes.

Releasing Pokémon – You caught them all and now what

So now you have a Pokémon box full of repeats. Now what? Well you can release your Pokémon via a transfer feature within the Pokémon's details page. Simply scroll down and select transfer to trade the Pokémon for one candy of that species! Now you'll have more room for catching Pokémon and more candies! It's a win-win so don't be afraid to go catch more Pokémon. My personal tip on this is I release all Pokémon that are weaker than the strongest of that type. To do this, I'll order the Pokémon by number (#) or name and then release any Pokémon I do not want.

Combat Points – The power hungry

If you’re playing Pokémon GO to not only simply catch them all, but to also be the best, combat points will be very important. CP determines how much HP your Pokémon has as well as how much damage your Pokémon can do. In a battling sense, Pokémon with higher CP are stronger. It should be noted that CP limits for your Pokémon will actually rise when your character levels up. For example, if you're level 5 and have maxed out powering up a Pidgey. When you hit level 6, your Pidgey can be further powered up.

Pokémon Fights – Tap Type Revolution

However, don’t let simple numbers like CP determine how you fight your battles. Typing is just as important as your Pokémon’s CP. When a Pokémon attacks in a battle, its attack typing will determine how effective its attack is. Fire beats grass, grass beats water, water beats fire, etc. Choosing your Pokémon to fight a battle requires you to analyze if your typing is in your favor. Typing in favor will deal super effective damage and not very effective damage vice versa. If the situation is ever the opposite case and you find yourself losing fights, try a different Pokémon of a different type and different attack types!

Attacking – It’s more than just Tap Tap Revolution!

To perform a basic attack, tap the screen. To perform a special attack, hold your finger on the screen until the dialogue box for the attack appears. You can see the typing of your tap attack and special attack on your Pokémon’s detail screen. Charmander’s basic tap attack “Scratch” is Normal typing while his special attack “Flamethrower” is Fire type. Your special attack will be charged after a certain amount of basic attacks during battle. The amount of special attack charges that a Pokémon can hold can be seen next to the special attack on the details page. Charmander can only hold 2 charges of his Flamethrower while Squirtle, the clearly superior Pokémon, can hold 4 charges of his Water Pulse. Utilizing a special attack during a battle will exhaust a charge.

Dodging – If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ‘Gunk Shot'

Sometimes during battle, you’ll notice your opponent’s Pokémon charging for their special attack. You can dodge some special attacks by swiping left or right. That’s about it for this section.

Gyms – What was the point of all that battling talk?

When your character reaches level 5, you’ll be introduced to gyms. You’ll be asked to join a color either Red, Blue, or Yellow. After choosing a color, you are now free to perform battles (as explained above) by visiting gyms. If a gym is the same team color as you, there are two options, storing one of your Pokémon to help defend the gym or training. If a gym is a different color team than you, you have only one option and that is simply to duel – I mean – battle.

Same Color Gym – Train Your Gym…?

When you select the “Train” option at your gym, you will essentially be battling your team’s gym with your Pokémon. Doing so will raise the gym’s XP. The higher the gym’s XP, the more Pokémon that can be stored to help defend it, up to six. The amount of Pokémon that can be store directly correlates to the gym’s level. If you ever see a gym of your color with less Pokémon stored in it than its level, make sure to deposit a Pokémon there! Be warned that your deposited Pokémon cannot fight battles for you while it’s at a gym and will only be returned to your active party when the gym is defeated. It can’t be in two places at once. If your Pokémon was defeated while defending a gym, it will be returned to you, damaged and wounded and will need healing. Training will not only raise your gym’s XP, it’ll raise your XP as well, regardless of win or loss! To be noted, training at your color gyms will only allow you to use 1 Pokémon (from the gyms I've trained at which are generally level 2 or 3).

Opposing Color Gyms – Take them down a notch

When you fight against opposing color gyms, successful fights will decrease the gym’s level. Continually doing so will remove the opposing team’s Pokémon from being stored there. Remove all Pokémon stored there and it is free for the taking! These opposing gym battles lets you choose up to six Pokémon to take into the fray. During these battles, an icon will show up in the bottom right hand corner which allows you to switch Pokémon on the fly during battles!

Healing Your Pokémon – Are you not entertained?!

After some hard battling or if your Pokémon has been sent home from defending a gym, you'll need to replenish your Pokémon's HP. To do so, select the item bag and select Potion (if your Pokémon is still alive but needs health) or Revive (if your Pokémon has fainted). Then, select the Pokémon you wish to apply the item to and it'll play a sound and the color and gauge of the Pokémon's life will be replenished. Better potions will be handed out at higher levels. Thanks /u/Arroth for the information.

Be Safe – Pokémon GO is only fun, if you're alive to play it

Please please please be safe when playing Pokémon GO! Don't simply walk everywhere with your head buried in your phone. Use the battery saver feature and enjoy the views and the walk while still playing the game! Also, try not to play the game while driving! The game does crash and bug out when going at higher speed. /u/RenshuThrandon has reported the game will record progress up to 15 mph (I've personally gotten progress at higher speeds but I do not recommend it at all).

Server Issues – Sometimes the game just doesn't like you

I've been seeing a lot of questions about game hiccups and what does it mean. If your game ever freezes or if you see a loading poke ball in the top left hand side of your screen for a long time, your game is probably hung up and you'll need to restart your game. Sometimes this results in progress not being recorded and it can be frustrating. But let's keep in mind that this is the release week of a highly anticipated game. Also, the game is highly buggy. I've noticed that if I leave the game open for too long, I can no longer interact with PokéStops and gyms. This needs a game restart to fix. If you want to play the game with fluid functionality, your only option currently is to play off peak hours, where a lot of people are sleeping.

That’s it for now with this guide. I hope you guys learned something or what not. If you have anything you would like to add to the guide, please feel free to leave a comment or message me. Thanks!

Via:Thanks to reddit user  HappyViet for this detailed guide.

How to Fix Failed to detect location Pokemon go on Android.

Are you facing Failed to detect location on Pokemon Go on android GPS problem ?Pokemon go is just released the beta apk that you can download on your android device and I have to say it very addicting game.If you are using iphone ios then there is different guide there to solve it.

Now  if you have installed the game and run it first time you might face this error showing Failed to detect LOCATION on your android device running on kitkat,lollipop or marshmallow on any device like Samsung,Motorola,HTC,sony Xiaomi etc then you can follow below steps to solve the location problem on Pokemon Go I have 2 methods to solve try both of them and do let me know in comments if it is solved or not.

Method 1

#How to Fix Failed to Detect Location.

This problem occurs when your location is turned off so to trun on your location setting follow below steps.
1.Open settings of your device and now open location.
2.Now turn on the location from the location toggel button.
3.Also we have to set mode of the location setting to set it open mode and set on High accuracy to playing pokemon go.
5.Once done open the pokemon go app hope now the red banner showing Failed to detect location is gone. :)

Method 2
Disable mock locations in developer options.
1.Go to your "about phone", hit build number 7 times.

2.Then open up developer options. Disable mock locations.
3.Once done open the pokemon go app hope now the red banner showing Failed to detect location is gone. :)

How to fix Player not moving in Pokemon Go iOS & android

Are you facing an error in Pokemon Go like the player not moving while you move? If you are playing Pokemon Go Game first time and don't know how to play this game.Then don't worry We help you out in understanding this game.There is not buttons or joystick in Pokemon go to move your character around you have to move around with your device in order to move the character or the player in the Pokemon Go game.

If you are facing a problem like your player or charter is not moving in the Pokemon go then there might be a problem with you GPS or any other problem.Let's follow below steps to troubleshoot this issue.

Method 1

#How to fix Character not Moving in Pokemon Go.

This problem occurs when your location is turned off so to turn on your location setting follow below steps.
1.Open settings of your device and now open location. 2.Now activate the location from the location toggle button. 3.Also, we have to set the mode of the location setting to set it open mode and set on High accuracy to playing Pokemon go.
5.Once done open the Pokemon go app hope now the red banner showing Failed to detect location is gone. 🙂 

See also: Download Pokemon Go For PC No Bluestacks ! [Download]

Method 2

Disable mock locations in developer options.

1.Go to your “about phone”, hit build number 7 times. 2.Then open up developer options. Disable mock locations. 3.Once done open the Pokemon go app hope now the red banner showing Failed to detect location is gone. 🙂

Method 3

Did you trying moving around a little bit if you just tried to move in your house only I prefer you to go out and talk a walk with your device with Pokemon go open in it this will help the game to calibrate your GPS system with the game itself. Also, try to run a little bit to test it out .Hope these steps will help you to solve this weird problem on character not moving in Pokemon go even you are moving.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

[Guide] How to Play Pokémon GO on Android and PC

The much awaited augmented reality game Pokémon GO is finally here! The game is now available on iOS and Android. The game is available in the Google Play Store only in some select countries, but users from other regions can install the game by downloading Pokemon GO APK. In this Pokemon GO Guide, we will tell everything that we know about this new augmented reality game and how to play Pokemon GO. Excited? So are we !

Pokémon GO Guide

This post will cover:
  • Getting started and catching your first Pokémon
  • Character XP and levels
  • Pokéstops
  • Your Pokédex
  • The shop
  • Powering up and evolving your Pokémon
  • Items
  • Eggs
  • Pokémon Gyms

Why wait? Get started and catch your first Pokemon!

This new augmented reality game begins with you as a level one male or female trainer. Pick male/female trainer. Then you are required to customize and name your character. Once you have completed this,  you’ll be shown your first Pokémon on the world map! Exciting, isn’t it?! All you have to do now is to touch the Pokémon and attempt to catch it! Brings back memories of Harry Potter Quidditch!
You’ll need to use your finger to throw a Pokéball at your target.  You’ll see it has a large red ring around it. Inside the red ring is a smaller green ring. Aim for the green ring, as it provides XP bonus. When you catch a Pokémon you will get Candy and Stardust, both used to power up Pokémon. Awesome! Candy can also be used to evolve your Pokémon.
You won’t have to worry about a Pokémon escaping from a Pokéball once inside, at least initially. It’s yours, for now. 
On the catch screen, hit the camera button in the bottom right (highlighted in the pic above in yellow) to take a photo! How cool is that!

Character XP and Levels: Everything you want to know

Although your character starts as a level one trainer, you can very quickly level him/her up. And how exactly do you level up? By catching Pokémon AND also by checking into Pokéstops! More details about this later.
Every action has an XP associated with it. XP increases as you perform each of the following Here’s what each action is worth –
  • Any Pokémon you catch gives you +100XP
  • Catching a new Pokémon gives you +500XP. Wow! Catch as many new Pokémon as you can!
  • Curveball Pokéball throw gets you +10XP
  • A nice catch earns you +10XP
  • A great catch earns you +50XP
  • Spinning a Pokestop gets you +50XP
Wish to see how you’re progressing? Click on your trainer’s photo on the bottom left of the game’s main screen. You can also check your journal and view your medal progress. Initial levels require 4,000 XP each.
You can begin using Pokémon Gyms after hitting level 5.


Pokéstops are represented on your map as a blue point with two squares. They fetch you XP as well as gear. When you’re close enough to a Pokéstop in the real world, it expands and shows a Pokéball symbol. Spinning the stop’s circular icon offers new Pokéballs, eggs and other items. To keep catching Pokémon, you’ll need those Pokéballs!
Recently accessed Pokéstops  will appear purple on the map. When purple, they won’t offer up new items.

Wish to see all the Pokémon  you’ve caught? Head to your Pokédex!

Click on the center Pokéball icon on the main map screen.  You can now open your Pokédex which shows all the Pokémon you’ve caught so far.

Head straight to the Shop to exchange stuff!

To head to the store, go via the center Pokéball icon. You get to exchange Pokécoins for Pokéballs, incense, eggs and more.
Installing a Pokémon at a Gym lets you earn in-game Pokécoins and allow you to collect, every 21 hours, resources from that defensive position. If you choose to buy them instead, it costs you a few dollars.

Powering Up and Evolving your Pokémon

You can go to your Pokémon via the center Pokéball icon on the main map screen
You can do a variety of things by clicking on a Pokémon
  • Rename your Pokémon by clicking the pencil icon.
  • Click “Power Up” to power up the Pokémon.
  • Evolve your Pokémon by clicking on “Evolve”. But this requires a lot of Candy.
  • See Pokémon’s attacks and where you caught it by scrolling down.
  • Transfer the Pokémon back to Professor Willow (scroll down).


One way of going to your Items is via the center Pokéball icon. You can then check and use a number of items, such as –
  • Potions: Can be used to restore 20HP to a Pokémon that’s taken a beating at a gym.
  • Pokéballs: How many you have to catch for more Pokémon.
  • Revive: To revive a fainted Pokémon. Restores half the Pokémon’s XP.
  • Incense: To lure wild Pokémon to your location for 30 minutes.


The eggs that you’ve uncovered at Pokéstops can be accessed from the Pokémon area. Now that you have uncovered eggs, it’s time to incubate and hatch them!
  • Click on an egg. It show you how far you’ll have to walk to hatch it.
  • To put the egg in an incubator, click on Start Incubation.  Get walking!
The starter Incubator only lets you incubate and hatch one egg at a time, though it has infinite users.

Pokémon gyms

You can head to Pokémon Gyms after you hit level 5.  You can choose from one of three teams before you battle.
You can install yourself as the gym’s leader when you find a gym empty. This pits your best Pokémon against other real life players!
If you go to a friendly gym — one the same colour as your team’s — you’ll be able to train with that Leader. If you go to an occupied gym of a different colour to your team — red or blue if you’re yellow, as an example — you’ll be able to fight that Leader. Click on the punching glove to the right to auto-select your strongest Pokémon to fight with.
To attack, tap your opponent. Swipe left or right when fighting to dodge attacks. Winning a gym battle will earn you XP.  You’ll earn gym prestige if you’re in control of a gym. You’ll decrease its prestige if your team isn’t in control of that gym. In the image below, the gym has 2,000/4000 prestige. You will level the gym up once you go over 4000 prestige. You can also assign one of your Pokémon to support the gym if your team is in control of the gym! Read our introductory Pokemon GO Gym guide for more info.
Enjoyed reading this post? What are you waiting for? Play this new augmented reality game and share any info that we may have missed in the comments section! Go Pokémon GO!!
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[APK] Download Pokemon GO APK for US ,UK etc [World Wide ]

Now you can download Pokemon go ask for any region in the world for android and iOS devices.Lets start the new generation on gameplay.You can download the latest Pokemon Go apk for pc from below link( torrent and other mirror link will be available soon).

As we know pokemon go is now available for Philippines but now you can download and play pokemon go any where in the world except some places are always in exception.So download pokemon go apk for free.

Download Pokemon GO APK for US,UK [Word Wide ]

How to Install Pokemon GO on Android

  1. If you are in one of the regions where Pokemon GO has been officially released for Android, you can download the game directly from the Google Play Store.
  2. In case you don’t find the game in the Play Store, you need to install it from the Pokemon GO APK download file that you can download from below download link.
  3. Open that APK file in your Android phone or tablet using the file manager and follow the on-screen instructions to install Pokemon GO.
  4. Now open the game and start playing.
If you are unable to install the game or are having issues with the game, do let us know in the comments below.

#Download Pokemon go for PC

Download Pokemon Go for PC No Bluestacks ! [Download]

Downloading Pokemon GO for PC or Windows 7/8/XP Computer tutorial is now available here. We have given the complete guide on downloading Pokemon GO game on Compute. Please read the whole tutorial given here which will help you to go though the process.We will guide you in How to play download-pokemon-go-for-windows-pc on Windows as well as Mac OS.With Bluestack or without Bluestack using Youwave.we are guide you here on how to install Pokemon GO on pc without Bluestacks.

Lest start the guide on how to play pokemon go on windows pc without bluestacks !

#How to Play Pokemon Go on PC ?

1.Just download koplayer from below link and follow steps.
2.Now Download Koplayer for PC from here.
3.once downloaded install Koplayer in your PC it works on (Windows XP,7, 8, 8.1, 10)
4.Open Koplayer as it was an android emulator there you will see Playstore.
5.Add Google account in “Settings” in KOPLAYER Android emulator and install Pokemon GO for PC from the play store or download the Pokemon GO.apk from here.
6.Once Final Fantasy Brave Exvius in installed open and boom !
7.Now you can play Pokemon GO for PC.
Facing problem like unfortunately has stopped error try to restart your pc or re-install koplayer.

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