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Pokémon Sleep (Android, iOS): all the updates (latest: Ver. 1.7.3)

On this page, you will find all there is to know about the various updates for Pokémon Sleep on Android and iOS (originally released in July 2023 worldwide)!

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Pokémon Sleep – Ver. ???

  • Release date: late July 2024 (North America, Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • Patch notes:

No patch notes available yet.

  • Additional notes: this update drops support for Android 7.X. Starting with this update, your Android device needs Android 8.0 or more recent to run the game.
  • Source: The Pokémon Company (Twitter)

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.7.3

  • Release date: May 21st 2024 (North America) / May 23rd 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 7.7MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
  • Additional notes: none.
  • Source: game

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.7.2

  • Release date: May 13th 2024 (North America) / May 14th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 18.93MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Preparation for the Entei Research event
Game Contents
  • Changes to the conditions for when the Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge applies
    • Before change: During sleep research, applied when any helper Pokémon on the team reached the current max level of 55, regardless of the user’s research rank.
    • After change: During sleep research, will apply when any helper Pokémon on the team has reached the max level possible for the user’s research rank at the time.
    • Note about the Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge: If the team includes any helper Pokémon that have reached max level, any extra Sleep EXP earned through sleep research is added to the Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge. Each time the Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge fills up to 500 EXP, the user receives 1 Handy Candy S.
  • Added new perks to the Novice Researcher Bonus
    • The following perks have been added to the Novice Researcher Bonus.
      • One additional hungry Pokémon
        • For each of the first seven sleep research sessions, one Pokémon will for sure arrive hungry.
          • Note: This does not apply to the second sleep research session of the day.
        • If all of a user’s area bonuses add up to less than 100%, then the researcher’s area bonus will increase by 10% each week.
          • Note: This also applies to researchers whose Novice Researcher Bonus period has already ended; if all of your area bonuses add up to less than 100%, your area bonus will increase by 10% each week.
Balance Adjustments
  • Adjustments to the helping stats of certain helper Pokémon

    • Persian
      • Frequency shortened by 200 seconds
    • Golduck
      • Ingredient finding ×1.2
      • Carry limit +3
    • Wobbuffet
      • Main skill chance ×1.1
      • Carry limit +3
    • Lucario
      • Frequency shortened by 100 seconds
About Pokémon GO Plus +
  • Implementation of improvements so regular sleep research can be conducted for both sessions when two sleep tracking sessions are reported at the same time via Pokémon GO Plus +.
    • Note: When three or more sleep tracking sessions are reported, regular sleep research will be conducted once and the rest will all be included in one report, as normal.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.7.1

  • Release date: May 8th 2024 (North America) / May 9th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 4.65MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
  • Additional notes: none.
  • Source: game

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.6.0

  • Release date: April 29th 2024 (North America) / April 30th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 18.96MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Preparation for new events
    • For details, please see the announcements that will be posted at a later date.
  • Addition of a new item, “Fire-Type Candy”
    • Using a Fire-Type Candy on a Fire-type Pokémon—either from your bag’s items pocket or from the Pokémon details screen—will exchange it for that Pokémon’s candies.
      • Examples using a Fire-Type Candy S:
        • Used on Charizard → Charmander Candy ×4
        • Used on Flareon → Eevee Candy ×4
      • Note: Additions of other types of candy are scheduled for later updates.
  • Addition of a new Relaxing Sound, “Waves”
Game Contents
  • Partial adjustment to helper Pokémon’s Energy recovery from cooking
    • The following change will be made to the Energy recovery of helper Pokémon who already have 100 or more Energy.
      • Energy recovery before change: 0 → Energy recovery after change: +1
  • Adjustments to which Pokémon appear in some areas
    • You’ll be able to encounter the following Pokémon in the listed areas.
      • Greengrass Isle
        • Vaporeon, Flareon, Bayleef, Meganium, Quilava, Typhlosion, Croconaw, Feraligatr, Espeon, Umbreon, Glaceon
      • Taupe Hollow
        • Arcanine, Quilava, Typhlosion, Houndoom

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.5.1

  • Release date: April 19th 2024 (North America, Europe) / April 20th 2024 (Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 5.75MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Fixes the following issue: Some “shiny Pokémon” do not appear as profile icon options.
  • Known issues:
  • this issue persists for some players and the development team is actively investigating an additional fix.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.5.0

  • Release date: April 17th 2024 (North America) / April 18th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 21.48MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Preparation for the Flower Festival event
  • Addition of Shiny Pokémon profile icons
    • You will be able to set Shiny Pokémon you have befriended as your profile icon.
  • Addition of the new “Campfire” Relaxing Sound
Game Contents
  • Changes to the cooking times on the home screen
    • The cooking times for breakfast and dinner have changed as follows.
      • Breakfast (before change): 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 a.m. → (after change) 4:00 a.m. to 11:59 a.m.
      • Dinner (before change): 6:00 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. → (after change) 6:00 p.m. to 3:59 a.m.
Balance Adjustments
  • Adjustments to the helping stats of certain helper Pokémon

    • Slowbro
      • Carry limit +6
      • Ingredient finding ×1.3
    • Sudowoodo
      • Carry limit +6
      • Main skill chance ×1.1
      • Ingredient finding ×1.1
    • Slowking
      • Carry limit +6
      • Main skill chance ×1.1
      • Ingredient finding ×1.1
    • Sableye
      • Main skill chance ×1.15
      • Ingredient finding ×1.1
    • Swalot
      • Carry limit +6
      • Main skill chance ×1.15
  • Adjustment to the target of main skill Energizing Cheer S
    • The helper Pokémon with the lowest Energy on the team will be more likely to receive the effect of this main skill.
  • Starting level of newly befriended Pokémon raised from between 1−3
    • This adjustment is meant to help beginner researchers in particular so that can enjoy the game more.
  • Known issues:
  • Some “shiny Pokémon” do not appear as profile icon options.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.4.3

  • Release date: April 10th 2024 (North America) / April 11th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 6.32MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
    • [Important] You will need to update to Version 1.4.3 before the Maintenance and Version 1.5.0 Update. If your version remains Ver. 1.4.2 or lower, there is a possibility the app’s update notices will not display properly after the Version 1.5.0 update launches.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.4.2

  • Release date: March 28th 2024 (North America) / March 29th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 13.48MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
    • Error 26300 and 26301 during Sleep Point Exchange.
    • The Community Research pop-up cannot be scrolled.
    • The “SP” display from the Pokémon details screen appears in the incorrect location.
    • The number displayed for “Research EXP/Dream Shards/Raikou’s Mane” obtained during sleep research may appear in the incorrect location.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.4.1

  • Release date: March 21th 2024 (North America) / March 22nd 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 8.8MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:

No patch notes available. This hotfix fixes the following issues:

  • Players cannot proceed beyond the “Now Loading…” screen.
  • Volume adjustment issues
  • Known issues:
  • Poké Biscuit icon persists through sleep research, making it impossible to proceed further.
  • A bug that’s causing an Error 25200 message to occur and return to the title screen when Snorlax eats berries.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.4.0

  • Release date: March 20th 2024 (North America) / March 21st 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 21.68MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Preparation for the Raikou Research event
    • Please see the event news for more details.
Game Contents
  • Changing the max number of Berries and ingredients that any helper Pokémon can hold at one time to 999
Other
  • Making it impossible to discard Master Biscuits
  • Adjustments to show Pokémon sleep styles in order of rarity on the sleep research results screen after snack time

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.3.0

  • Release date: February 28th 2024 (North America) / February 29th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 21.34MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Addition of a new product, Trial Bundle.
  • Addition of a subsection on the Stats page (viewable from the Edit Teams screen) to display the effects of helper Pokémon’s sub skills.
    • This makes it possible to view each team member’s helping frequency with the effects of Helping Bonus applied.
  • When a player uses a Helper Whistle, the effects will be calculated based on the frequency listed under Helping Stats on the Stats page (viewable from the Edit Teams screen).
    • This applies the effects of the sub skill Helping Bonus when a Helper Whistle is used.
    • Note: The effects of event bonuses or items such as a Good Camp Ticket are not applied when a Helper Whistle is used.
  • Addition of a new parameter to search Pokémon by: Sub Skills.
  • Addition of a new Relaxing Sound, “Game Sync.”
Sleep Tracking
  • Changes to the End Sleep Session button so a session stops with a slide rather than a tap.
    • This makes it more difficult to end a sleep session by accidentally tapping the button.
Game Contents
  • Research rank, helper Pokémon max levels, and other limits unlocked.

    • Research rank: 50 → 55
    • Pokémon level: 50 → 55
    • Max levels of certain main skills: 6 → 7
    • Charge Strength S
    • Charge Strength M
    • Dream Shard Magnet S
    • Note: Other main skills’ max levels are scheduled to be gradually unlocked in later updates.

      • Recipe level: 50 → 55
      • Max expanded capacity of the bag’s items pocket: 600 → 700
Other
  • Details added to explanatory text for certain items, such as the Helper Whistle and the Good Camp Ticket.
  • Other small bug fixes.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.2.0

  • Release date: February 7th 2024 (North America) / February 8th 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 19.46MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  •  Preparation for the “Valentine’s Day 2024” event.
  • Addition of 2 new Dessert/Drink recipes to commemorate the Valentine’s Day event.
  • Addition of a feature that allows researchers to check their recipes at any time from the cooking pot on the home screen.
  • Addition of a feature that allows researchers to extend the effect duration of the Good Camp Ticket.
    • After using 1 Good Camp Ticket, researchers can use more to extend the duration up to a max of 60 days.
      • Example: After using 1 Good Camp Ticket, a researcher uses 2 more tickets to extend the effect duration to 21 days (7 days × 3 tickets).
  • Addition of a feature that allows researchers to use multiple ingredients by tapping and holding on the ingredient while choosing ingredients for cooking.
Balance Adjustments
  • Raising carry limits for helper Pokémon
    • Kangaskhan: +2
    • Pinsir: +2
    • Ditto: +4
    • Heracross: +3
    • Sableye: +6
    • Absol: +4
Other
  • Fixes to other small bugs

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.1.0

  • Release date: January 22nd 2024 (North America) / January 23rd 2024 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 19.54MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Preparation for holding the Lapis Lakeside Opening event
  • A function that allows the whole team to eat cooked dishes together
    • When Snorlax eats dishes, helper Pokémon on your team will join and eat dishes together.
    • Helper Pokémon on your team will recover a small bit of Energy after eating. The less Energy your Pokémon have, the more Energy they will recover.
  • Adding a new area, Lapis Lakeside
    • Beginning at 3:00 p.m. on January 24, 2024, Lapis Lakeside will be unlocked if you complete the Dex goal of registering 240 sleep styles.
    • At Lapis Lakeside, you can meet nine more species of Pokémon.
  • Adding two new Sleep Style Dex goals
    • Note: The new goals will be added at 3:00 p.m. on January 24, 2024.
    • Adding a new ingredient, Greengrass Corn
    • Adding seven new recipes
    • Adding a new Relaxing Sound, Poké Flute
Game Contents
  • Changes to allow helper Pokémon on your team to pick up ingredients on the home screen even when your bag’s ingredients pocket is full.
  • Changes to save the display order (sort) setting, such as Strength, on the cooking screen.
  • Changes to show a notification mark on the pot by the tent on the home screen as well as by the Max button in the upper right on the cooking screen when you complete a Sleep Style Dex goal and expansion of your pot becomes available.
Bug Fixes
  • Fixes to a bug that caused helper Pokémon not to use Energy during sleep tracking
    • Up until now, due to a calculation bug related to Energy consumption, helper Pokémon were not using Energy for Sneaky Snacking and help that occurred during sleep tracking.
    • In the future, helper Pokémon will use Energy for help and Sneaky Snacking during sleep tracking, so your Snorlax may gain less Strength from Sneaky Snacking during sleep tracking than it did before.
    • This issue has been recognized as a bug for some time now, but because it did not cause any disadvantages for players, we prioritized other bug fixes and new feature development.
    • However, based on the following reasons, it has become more vital that we fix this bug, and so we are taking this opportunity to fix it.
      • Some players being able to accelerate progress through the game considerably faster than intended by the developer (for example by performing certain actions during sleep tracking, they have been able to get help for a whole day without their helper Pokémon using up any Energy).
      • Snorlax gaining more Strength on days when the player tracked sleep twice than on days when the player tracked sleep only once.
        • Energy will still be restored as usual when sleep tracking finishes, so helper Pokémon should generally not have less Energy when you wake up in the morning than they did before you started sleep tracking.
  • Fixes to a bug that gave one extra helping’s worth of Berries during Sneaky Snacking
  • Fixes to a bug that allowed for cooking four or more times a day when certain actions were performed
  • Fixes to a bug that made it easier for main skills to be triggered when certain actions were performed
  • Fixes to a bug that caused sleep tracking that was “reviewed later” not to be reflected in the weekly summary
  • Fixes to a bug that caused the Energy restored by Energy Pillows to cap at 100% in some cases
  • Fixes to a bug that caused the notification mark (a red circle) to continue displaying on the Shops icon on the home screen during the weekly turnover even after obtaining the Daily Gift
  • Fixes to a bug that caused the Shiny appearance of Pokémon that had been evolved twice not to appear in the Sleep Style Dex in some cases
  • Fixes to a bug that caused the “Choose Next Research Site” button on the home screen during the weekly rollover not to work when the device’s language was set to Turkish
Other News
  • About the Helper Whistle Effects
    • For purposes of the Helper Whistle, each Pokémon’s helping frequency is currently based on the value found here: Pokémon Box > Pokémon details screen > Frequency. It is calculated based on the Pokémon’s status at max Energy.
    • Because of this, when a Helper Whistle is used now:
      • The effects of sub skill Helping Bonus are not reflected.
      • The effects of a Good Camp Ticket are not applied.

The following changes are planned for an update around the end of February:

  • A display will be implemented on the Edit Teams screen to show the helping frequency with the effects of Helping Bonus reflected, and when a Helper Whistle is used, this value will be used.
  • The description text for the Helper Whistle will be adjusted to give more detail.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.16

  • Release date: December 20th 2023 (North America) / December 21st 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 8.59MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
  • Additional notes: none.
  • Source: The Pokémon Company

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.15

  • Release date: December 13th 2023 (North America) / December 14th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 23.92MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Preparation for the Holiday Event
  • Daily Gifts added to the General Store
    • Note: These are gifts that can be accepted once per day at no cost. Each gift contains one kind of item, such as Poké Biscuits or diamonds, chosen at random.
Game Contents
  • Adjustments to make it easier to pick up Berries and ingredients by flicking
    • Notes: The tap and flick response area has been increased, and this area can be changed based on the camera zoom status.
      Adjustments have been made to Swalot and other large Pokémon whose Berries had been hidden.
  • The friend list in the Research Community has been changed to show friends in order of the most recent to send research reports
  • The max capacity that the bag’s items pocket can be enlarged to has been changed from 500 to 600
  • The max capacity that the bag’s ingredients pocket can be enlarged to has been changed from 500 to 600
  • Play will now be temporarily suspended when the device’s time settings are repeatedly changed
  • On the Map screen, the numbers of Pokémon whose sleep styles haven’t been seen yet will be replaced with “???”
  • A notification has been added to inform users that they don’t have enough storage space if the device has less than 100 MB of storage space left
  • The max number of research reports that can be received through the research community has been changed to 50 per day
  • Adjustments to a case that caused sleep consistency grades to become considerably worse
    • Note: Changes were made so that, when a user tracks sleep twice in one day but the longer sleep session tracking fails, the shorter sleep session’s tracking will not be included in the sleep consistency grade.
Balance Adjustments
  • Number of candies received when sending certain Pokémon to the professor increased
    • Example: Ivysaur candies increased from 5 to 7. Venusaur candies increased from 5 to 10.
  • Effectiveness of main skill Dream Shard Magnet S increased
    • Example: At level 1, from 88 to 240. At level 6, from 568 to 1,260.
  • Effectiveness of main skill Extra Helpful S increased
    • Example: At level 1, from 4 to 5. At level 6, from 9 to 10.
  • Adjustments so that when a Pokémon with a main skill specialty hasn’t had its main skill triggered after a certain number of times, it will become easier for the main skill to be triggered
  • The third “Get Snorlax to a certain rating” mission (the mission that has a reward of Pokémon incense) in the weekly missions was made easier to complete
Bug Fixes
  • Notifications not displaying properly when the server is crowded
  • Pokémon in the Pokémon Box that have Natures that lower their Energy recovery recovering only up to 80 after sleep tracking
  • Bonus Biscuits that were given out automatically during sleep research not being counted towards “Give out X biscuits” missions
  • In certain very rare cases, the app becoming unable to proceed when linking it with an Apple ID
Bug Fixes Specific to Android
  • News text not displaying properly when the text size is affected by Android devices’ font size settings

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.14

  • Release date: November 30th 2023 (North America) / December 1st 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • Maintenance: No (more details)
  • File size: ???
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes
  • Additional notes: none.
  • Source: game

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.13

  • Release date: November 15th 2023 (North America) / November 16th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • Maintenance: Yes (more details)
  • File size: 12MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
New Features
  • Changes to allow a player to receive five candies of a randomly selected Pokémon capable of evolving with a Linking Cord when they use a Linking Cord from the bag screen.
  • Changes to the research community specs so that when a player receives research data from friends, it will be possible to occasionally receive two candies instead of one.
    • Note: The higher your closeness with your friends, the higher the chance you’ll get two candies.
  • Adding new Relaxing Sounds and alarms.
    • Note: You can download them from the sleep tracking screen.
  • Adding a notice on the Sleep Research Results screen when the researcher is already at the max research rank, explaining that research EXP is converted into Dream Shards.
    • Notes: The current highest research rank is 50. We are currently working on the development of events and other opportunities to use Dream Shards in a new way.
  • Changes to Sleep EXP specs so that, if a helper Pokémon has reached its max level, any extra Sleep EXP earned through sleep research will be added to the “Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge.”
    • Note: Each time the Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge fills up (to 500 EXP), you will receive 1 Handy Candy S.
    • Example: If you receive 100 Sleep EXP, and all five of the Pokémon on your team are at max level, then 500 EXP (100 ×5) will be added to the gauge, and you will receive 1 Handy Candy S.
    • The Sleep EXP Bonus Gauge can be found in the following places:
      • On the “Your Sleep Session” pop-up that displays after sleep tracking. This only applies if you had a max level Pokémon on your team when you finished sleep tracking.
      • From a button on the upper right of the Pokémon screen. This is only viewable by users who have some EXP stored in the Bonus Gauge.
      • Note: The current max level for Pokémon is 50.
Game Contents
  • Changes to show a notification mark on the home screen’s shop icon, as well as the shop screen’s General Store icon, whenever new bundles are added to the shop.
  • Adjustments to the weekly rollover so that if Snorlax have already requested the same kind of food a certain number of times in a row, they will be less likely to choose the same one again.
  • Changes to the Sleep Style Dex so that if a researcher evolves a shiny Pokémon, the evolved Pokémon’s shiny version will count as discovered.
Bug Fixes Specific to Android
  • On Android devices, the screen brightness within the app reverting to how it was set before sleep tracking, even if the brightness was adjusted after sleep tracking.
Bug Fixes
  • A closeness increase display of “+1” appearing on the Research Community screen for friends who are already at max closeness.
  • Some texts displaying incorrectly, such as Pokémon nicknames and numbers of items held.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.12

  • Release date: November 6th 2023 (North America) / November 7th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 11.64MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Fixed an issue where text and other content were displayed incorrectly.
  • Fixed an issue where the entire screen would freeze during the evolution of a Pokémon

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.11

  • Release date: October 23rd 2023 (North America) / October 24th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 20.18MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
Game Contents
  • Changes to main skill Cooking Power-Up S so that it will not be activated when the pot’s capacity has exceeded 200 through main skill boosts.
    Pot capacity can only be expanded up to a maximum of 200 through the main skill Cooking Power-Up.
    If the main skill Cooking Power-Up is triggered when the pot’s capacity is at or above 200, a new pop-up will appear to explain that the main skill Cooking Power-Up will not or cannot be activated.
  • Changes to the Your Sleep Session pop-up that appears after sleep tracking, so that it shows how much Energy the Pokémon in your Pokémon Box recovered.
  • Changes to Snorlax’s animations so that Snorlax eats Berries faster after the user presses the Sleep button.
  • Changes to Snorlax’s animations so that if the user presses the Sleep button while Snorlax is still eating, the animation can be skipped even if it includes Snorlax’s rating going up.
  • Changes to the Sleep Consistency screen so that failed sleep tracking (tracking that stopped before the user pressed End Sleep Session) appears translucent.
Bug Fixes
  • Fixes to a bug that caused the game to become unable to proceed if, after claiming a gift from the Present Box, a user tapped the Back button on the lower left without pressing OK on the pop-up.
  • Fixes to a bug that, in some cases, prevented Snorlax’s Strength-up animation from displaying when a Charge Strength main skill was triggered on the home screen.
  • Fixes to a bug on the sleep research screen that prevented the correct amount of Dream Shards and research EXP to be displayed at the top of the screen after a user tapped Speed Review (the camera button on the bottom right).
Specific to Android
  • Temporary fixes to a bug that, in some cases, prevented the app from linking to Google or Facebook from Android devices even if the user tried to link accounts.
  • Fixes to a bug that caused the app’s background music to stop playing on Android devices if the user moved the app to the background while it was playing Relaxing Sounds from the sleep tracking screen, and then reopened the app to stop sleep tracking.
Other
  • Changes to the order of profile icons to Pokédex entry order.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.10

  • Release date: September 27th 2023 (North America) / September 28th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 10MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
    • Addresses the iOS “Quick Start” issue
    • Addresses complications caused by network instability.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.9

  • Release date: September 25th 2023 (North America) / September 26th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 22MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
Game Contents
  • Changes to make Pokémon in the Pokémon Box recover a small amount of Energy from sleep
  • Changes to when fonts for other languages will be downloaded: when they become needed for display (this will apply to users who install or reinstall the app in the future)
  • Changes to give a gift of diamonds to users who link their accounts or who have already linked accounts
  • Changes to allow users to navigate to their bag from the Gift Box screen when the gift cannot be accepted because the bag’s items pocket is full
Bug Fixes
  • Fixes to a bug that caused adjustments based on Pokémon Natures not to be reflected when using candies to gain EXP
  • Fixes to a bug that caused multiple messages to be unintentionally sent in a single day to the research community (when sleep is tracked twice in one day, the results of only the first sleep research session will be sent to friends)
  • Fixes to a bug that caused session photos not to be displayed when the graphic quality was set low
  • Fixes to a bug that caused Error 028001 to occur when the Auto Cook button was pressed repeatedly
  • Known issues:
  • An issue with the 1.0.9 version of Pokémon Sleep can crop up with unstable networks. If you experience odd behavior, a quick app restart usually helps. Keep a steady connection to prevent this altogether. The team is aware and on it —thanks for your patience!

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.8

  • Release date: September 12th 2023 (North America) / September 13th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 12.72MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
    • Fixes the following issue: some players are receiving a “-000001 error” message, which occurs after sleep tracking has completed and does not allow for players to proceed with gameplay.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.7

  • Release date: September 6th 2023 (North America) / September 7th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 20.90MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
Game Contents
  • Adjustments to display the pop-up that says “Synchronize with your Pokémon GO Plus + to receive sleep data?” while transitioning from the title screen to the home screen even when a new week begins
  • Difficulty giving biscuits to a Pokémon when its friendship point gauge overlapped with another Pokémon during snack time
  • Adjustments to make it possible to open the bag from the “Bag Capacity Reached” pop-up when a player with a full item pocket tries to claim mission rewards
Bugs to be Fixed
  • Players being unable to edit their teams on some devices
  • The app becoming unable to proceed if the player exchanged sleep points for items when their bag’s items pocket was full
  • Help contents from the special Pikachu that appears when players pair a Pokémon GO Plus + sometimes not changing even when its friendship increased
  • Energy gained from cooking not being reflected in sleep reports if a player cooked immediately after moving sites when a new week began, closed the app, and tracked their sleep with their Pokémon GO Plus +

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.6

  • Release date: August 24th 2023 (North America) / August 25th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 22.72MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:

Game Contents

  • Implementing the Good Sleep Day event, starting Wednesday, August 30
  • Broadening the conditions required to meet one’s bedtime so that players can meet their bedtimes by starting sleep tracking up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after their set bedtime
  • Implementing night mode for the loading screen
  • Adjustments to graphic quality settings to include four levels (settings will be divded more finely than before, to help with performance and power usage)
  • Adjustments to the Research Community to that the player is returned to the same scroll location when they look at a friend’s research and then return to the Research Community screen
  • Decreasing the amount of data for new users to download when they register
  • Adding a function that notifies the player on the home screen when a Good Camp Ticket’s effects have ended
Sleep Tracking
  • Adjustments to make it possible to conduct sleep research even when damage to sleep data causes sleep tracking to fail
  • Addressing an issue that caused sleep duration measurements to be significantly shorter when the Slumbering stage was not detected during sleep tracking
  • Further optimization of power use during sleep tracking

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.5

  • Release date: August 6th 2023 (North America) / August 7th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 19.86MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
  • Additional notes: none.
  • Source: game

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.4

  • Release date: July 26th 2023 (North America) / July 27th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 15.37MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Fixed an issue with the “Unreported Sleep Research” button not responding when starting a new week.
  • Improvements to speed and performance during sleep research.
  • Fixed an issue causing errors to occur when inputting sleep data manually.
  • Fixed an issue that caused an unintended date of birth to be selected during registration.

The following issues are still being investigated and addressed:

  • A bug that prevents the alarm from going off on iOS devices.
  • A bug that prevents the relaxing sounds from playing from headphones on iOS devices.
  • A bug that causes the relaxing sounds on Android devices to play both through speakers and headphones.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.3

  • Release date: July 25th 2023 (North America) / July 26th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 11.66MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Fixed a bug that prevented users from proceeding past the title screen when sleep tracking ends during maintenance.
  • Reduced power consumption for smart phones tracking sleep with the screen facing up.
  • Reduced power consumption for smart phones tracking sleep with the screen facing up.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Energy tutorial to become unplayable.
  • Fixed a bug that prevents accepting a friend request from a user that already has 50 friends.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the game to freeze after finishing weekly research and moving to a new site. 
  • Fixed the bug that caused the game clock to be off by an hour in regions recognizing Daylight Savings Time.

Confirmed bugs/issues that will soon be addressed:

  • Fixing issues that cause sleep sessions to be tracked inaccurately or not tracked at all.
  • Making the game run faster.
  • Fixing a bug that causes the “Report Later” button on the weekly home screen to be unresponsive.
  • Fixing input errors that occur when choosing a date/time when adding sleep data manually.
  • Fixing issues with alarms on iOS devices sounding too quietly or not at all.
  • Fixing a bug that causes the relaxing sounds on Android devices to play both through speakers and headphones.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.2

  • Release date: July 24th 2023 (North America) / July 25th 2023 (Europe, Japan)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: 18.89MB (Android)
  • Patch notes:
  • Bug fixes.
    • Fixed a bug that caused the volume control for relaxing sounds to malfunction.
    • Other minor bug fixes.

Future maintenance will address the following issues:

  • Fixing a bug that causes volume control for the alarm to malfunction on some devices.
  • Reducing power consumption during sleep tracking for smart phones with the screen facing up.
  • Fixing a bug that prevents progress when accepting a friend request from a friend that already has 50 friends.
  • Fixing a bug that causes the Energy tutorial to become unplayable.
  • Fixing a bug that causes the game to freeze after finishing weekly research and moving to a new site.

In addition, the following issues have been identified and are currently being addressed:

  • Alarms do not sound or sound very low on some devices.

Pokémon Sleep – Ver. 1.0.1

  • Release date: July 17th 2023 (Australia, Canada, Latin America, and New Zealand)
  • Platforms: Android / iOS
  • File size: ???
  • Patch notes:

No patch notes available.

  • Additional notes: none.
  • Source: game

How to update Pokémon Sleep for Android and iOS?

To download updates for Pokémon Sleep, you have two options:

  • tap on the notification that should appear on your phone;
  • go to the App Store / Google Play Store, and more precisely to the “My Apps & Games” section > Installed tab (Play Store, Android) or the Updates tab (AppStore, iOS).

To check that you have the latest version installed, simply launch the game. You should see the version number on the title screen.

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