Battlegrounds Mobile India iOS version launched for Apple phone users

Battlegrounds Mobile India iOS version launched for Apple phone users


BGMI iOS App: Now the wait of Apple phone users is over for the Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) game, the Indian version of PUBG Mobile. Game developer Krafton has also released the iOS app of this game. Krafton released this game for Android smartphone users on July 2. Now after more than one and a half months after that, it has also been released for Apple phone users. Along with this, Krafton has also announced the maintenance schedule of BGMI’s iOS app. Along with this, the iOS version of BGMI is also trending on Google today.

Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has shared information about the release of the game’s iOS app on its official social media handle. In its post, BGMI wrote, “Believe it or not, BGMI is now in iOS too. Download now. The gaming community was constantly asking when will the iOS version of BGMI come? Now know from your stars. The game is now available on iOS as well. Go to the link in Bio and download now.”

Download the game using Apple ID or Face ID

Apple phone users can download the BGMI game by visiting the company’s App Store. You can download this game through your Apple ID or Face ID after going to the listing of the iOS App Store and clicking on the option ‘Get’. The size of this game is 1.9 GB on the iOS App Store. Apple phone users must have iOS 11.0 or higher to download Battlegrounds Mobile India.

Downloaded more than 50 million times on Google Play Store

Let us tell you that in the first week of its release on Google Play Store, the Battlegrounds Mobile India game was downloaded more than 30 million times. So far this game has been downloaded more than 50 million times. Crafton launched this game specifically for Indian gamers and since India has more Android users, the company launched the first Android version.

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