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Pokémon Go reclaims top-grossing spot on iPhone

Pikachu needed a quick rest at a PokéCenter, and now he’s already returned to dominating his mobile gaming competition. Pokémon Go is once again the top-grossing iPhone game in the United States, according to data from Sensor Tower and App Annie. The Google Maps-powered augmented reality experience has players tracking down digital monsters along the streets […]
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