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How to download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite now it's live on on iPhone and Android

If you're wondering how to download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on iOS and Android for the new community day then we can fill you in on all the details. Niantic's new game is not quite Pokemon Go (opens in new tab) yet but it's early days and if you want to get involved you can download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite (opens in new tab) now and start saving the world from dementors.

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How to download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on iPhone

How to download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on iPhone

To download Harry Potter Wizards Unite on iPhone you'll need to obviously head to the app store. While that might seem easy, just searching for 'Harry Potter' will net you a bunch of other Potter games and some dodgy looking knock off stuff. Instead look specifically for 'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' which should take you to that screen up there, or try this link (opens in new tab). Click on 'get' once you've found it and your download should start. Give it a few minutes and you'll be choosing a wand and waving it all over the place in no time. 

How to download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on Android

How to download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on Android

To download Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on Android you'll want to head to the Google Play Store on your phone. Again, like iPhone, because there's a load of other Harry Potter games and cash ins you'll want to search specfically for 'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' where you'll find that screen, or you can try this link (opens in new tab) as well. Tap 'install' and then just wait for it to magically appear on your phone, and by magically I mean as quickly as your connection speed will allow. 

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Leon Hurley
Leon Hurley

I'm currently GamesRadar's Senior Guides Co-ordinator, which means I've had a hand in producing or writing all of the guide and tips content on the site. I also write reviews, previews and features, and do video. Previously I worked for Kotaku, and the Official PlayStation Magazine and website. I'm a big fan of open world games, horror, and narrative adventures.