You can now download Pokemon Go 1.27.2 and 0.57.2 hack for iOS (PokeGo++ 1.27.2_2.0r-13.ipa) and Android that you have all been waiting for. Following the release of the aforementioned Pokemon Go updates, those who favor playing with the hack enabled were out of luck, but as is always the case, it was only a matter of time before the hack was updated, making it fully ready for the latest and greatest version of the game to come out of Niantic Labs.

Seeing as the hack is basically a modified version of the same releases made available by Niantic Labs itself, then you’re going to get all the new hotness that was added as part of the most recent update.

That means you can still look forward to over 80 new Gen 2 Pokemon to catch as well as all the other smaller tweaks that Niantic Labs made to the game, its gameplay and any big fixes that were made at the same time. This being a hack though, there’s much more going on under the surface.

Chief amongst the changes that this modified version of Pokemon Go brings to the table is the ability to walk around using nothing more than a joystick. That has the obvious advantage that gamers don’t actually need to move around in order to play the game.

While some would say that this is going against the thing that made the game so fun originally, we understand that not everyone wants to go roaming the streets. This hack has you covered, amongst other things.

If you are doing your Pokemon catching on an Android device, then you can follow our previous guide here which will guide you through the installation of the Pokemon Go hack. Just make sure you are running the latest version 0.57.2 of the game from the Google Play Store and that you also have a compatible device before going ahead with those instructions.

As for those with an iPhone or iPad, they can download the latest modified IPA file of the newest 1.27.2 version of the game from here, and then follow our installation guide here on how to install it.

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