Pokemon Go is now the fastest-growing smartphone game in history, and it will only be available to mobile devices, according to a research firm that analyzes the game’s database.
The mobile-only game has sold more than 100 million copies, and will be available on iPhone, Android, and the Google Play Store in the coming months.
That’s more than double the number of copies sold last year, and more than triple the amount sold last September.
In the past few months, Pokemon Go has been downloaded in more than 200 million countries, and about three-quarters of all smartphone users are on the latest versions of Android.
The company, however, has been working hard to improve the app’s performance in recent months.
In addition to updating the app to work on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0, the company is also pushing new features like augmented reality, virtual reality, and a new feature that will allow players to explore the Pokemon world.
“We have seen some performance improvements over the past several months,” a Pokemon Go spokesperson said in a statement to The Wall St. Journal.
“In particular, we have seen improvements in rendering, and in performance for the Game Center app.”
The app is already in the process of improving its performance on mobile devices.
Pokemon Go launched on Android devices earlier this year and the company said the game was able to hit 1.3 billion daily users.
However, Pokemon GO only has about a half-million active users right now.
The app’s new features include an augmented reality feature that allows players to “paint” their avatar onto the game map, and virtual reality mode that allows the player to see what’s in the game.
Pokemon GO is also coming to iOS devices, and Pokemon Go Plus is coming to the Google Store.
In an effort to improve its app’s user experience, Pokemon Next released a software update that allows users to disable certain features that are causing the game to crash.
Pokemon Next says it has received positive feedback on the update.