Google's Ingress Coming To iOS?

Feb 6, 2014 • 8:18 am | comments (8) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Ingress LogoThere is some speculation that the incredibly addictive and obsessive Ingress app for Android, designed by Google years ago, is coming to iOS.

Brandon Badger from Google, the Niantic Labs at Google, who came up with the Ingress game said in a Google+ post that he is working on a secret project.

He posted a picture of a new iPhone 5 and wrote, "This thing sucks compared to my Android phone, but I need to play around with it for a secret project."

So of course, the assumption is, he is bringing Ingress to iOS, which would be nice.

Here is the post:

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Comments:

Andy G

02/10/2014 02:02 am

That's an iPhone 5s.

lol

02/19/2014 12:23 am

No. It's apparently something that sucks.

AJ Webb

02/26/2014 08:09 pm

Is it just speculation? According to AllThingsD, "Ingress product manager Brandon Badger confirmed the iOS plans in an interview" check it out http://allthingsd.com/20131012/google-is-working-on-ingress-for-ios-but-it-wont-be-ready-until-2014/

Pollux

03/30/2014 08:15 pm

Well to be honest - I used to have 4 Adroid Phones (Galaxy Y, HTC Sensation S2 and S3) They suck...got since a year a IPhone 4s and compared to that Adroid is not even a rival....It's running stable and I've never had any other issues with it ! The only Problem I have, is that Google need roughly 2 years to write an ingress ios app....oh wait...ingrios...ohh banned....by google....but you probably get paid for saying: Apple suxx ;)

Anon

04/02/2014 10:48 am

no its not, it's a 5c hence the colour!!

Andy G

04/02/2014 02:34 pm

No, it's an iPhone 5s in Apple's official iPhone case. The iPhone 5c doesn't have TouchID, which the phone pictured above has.

TheRealBarber

04/15/2014 04:23 pm

This guy is right. Sapphire home button = 5s ftw.

pootie2

04/16/2014 09:20 pm

It's a 5s you dumbass. Look at the home button.

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