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Ingress, an augmented-reality Android game from Google’s Niantic Labs unit in which players try to conquer territory in the real world, will come to iOS in 2014.
Ingress arrived a year ago, and the closed-beta software has been gradually updated with bug fixes and new features. One thing that hasn’t changed, is the absence of an iPhone version, even though Google generally tends to support Apple’s mobile operating system.
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Next year, though, Google will release Ingress for iOS, Ingress product manager Brando… [Read more]
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