Pokémon GO Wiki uses high-quality sources of data, mainly from Social Media channels of game creators and thorough researches done by players community.
- Niantic Labs Blog
- Niantic Labs (Twitter)
- Niantic Labs (Facebook)
- Niantic Labs (Google+)
- Pokémon Go Official page
- Pokémon GO (Niantic Labs)
- Pokémon GO (Twitter)
- Pokémon GO (Facebook)
- Pokémon GO (Press Release)
- Pokémon Facebook
- Pokémon Twitter
- Pokémon US
- Pokémon UK
Pokémon GO can be downloaded from the following official sources.
Note: The latest Android APK for Pokémon GO can often be downloaded from APK Mirror before it's available from the Google Play Store.
There are several unofficial sources of information that is provided by the community of players and based on thorough research on game mechanics and its changes. These sources work same way that our Fandom project does - information there and here is not given directly by creators of game but it is faithfully based on it.
- The Silph Road: Site | Reddit - /r/TheSilphRoad | Twitter @TheSilphRoad
- The Silph Arena: Site | Reddit - /r/TheSilphArena | Twitter @SilphGG
- Serebii.net: Site | Twitter @SerebiiNet
- Ze'Chrales: GitHub project | Twitter @Chrales
- PokeMiners: GitHub project | Twitter @Poke_Miners
- Trainer Tips (Nick Oyzon): | YouTube | Twitter @TrnrTips
- MYSTIC7 (Brandon): YouTube | Twitter @MYSTIC7
- Reversal (Giorgio Lapian): YouTube | Twitter @ReversalYoutube
- PkmnMasterHolly (Holly) Patterson: YouTube | Twitter @PkmnMasterHolly
- ProdigiesNation (Cruz): YouTube | Twitter @ProdigiesNation