Welcome to the world of Ingress Prime, Agent. The fate of this universe, and perhaps others, depends on you. The discovery of Exotic Matter (XM), a resource of unknown origin, has sparked a covert struggle between two Factions. Cutting-edge XM technologies have completely transformed the Ingress Scanner, and it is now waiting for you to join this battle.

Explore the world around you and interact with places of cultural significance—such as public art installations, landmarks, and monuments—to collect valuable resources using your Ingress Scanner.

Fight for the Faction you believe in. Harness the power of XM to evolve mankind and discover our true destiny with The Enlightened, or protect humanity from a hostile takeover of the mind with The Resistance.

Dominate territories by linking Portals and creating Control Fields to achieve victory for your Faction.

Strategize and communicate with fellow Agents in your neighborhood and around the world.

Agents must be over 13 years old (for residents outside of the European Economic Area); or over 16 years old or such age needed to consent to the processing of personal data in the Agent's country of residence (for residents of the European Economic Area). Unfortunately, no children may play Ingress.

What’s New

Version 2.72.1

What’s New
• We updated to Unity 2019 LTS for improvements and stability.

Bug Fixes
• Fixed: Speculative fix for our top crash.
• Fixed: Moved mission waypoint description so Layers button doesn’t block it.
• Fixed: Standard emoji in COMM display.
• Fixed: Fixed softlock when nominating a new Portal.
• Fixed: Dronenet layer selection preserved after restarting.
• Fixed: Agents can purchase a cosmetic medal at max inventory.
• Fixed: Corrected VO audio when deploying a Portal Fracker or Beacon.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

Bob9876543 ,

Playable on fast phones, different from PoGo and HP:WU

Ingress Prime is now (Jan 2020) almost at parity with the original, on fast enough phones. Developments from here out will be interesting.

Ostensibly simpler than either PoGo or HP:WU, the underlying game of team-oriented territory acquisition has its own appeal and plenty of subtleties. The sub-games of glyphing and missions broaden that appeal for PvE players.

The functional overlap with the other two Niantic titles, through the roster of in-game locations means there’s potential to play two, or even all three, usefully.

It adds an extra dimension to just walking or riding around. The various events are fun and sociable and provide reasons to take breaks away in places you might not otherwise think to go to.

egan706 ,

Eye opening, innovative and immersive

I’ve been playing Ingress for a good few years now and the introduction of Prime has only added to my enjoyment. I’ve been to so many places I would never have seen, discovered landmarks I would have otherwise walked right past and met people I would never have known. The team work hard behind the scenes and show a genuine interest in making this a more immersive experience for its players. I highly recommend this, and I urge other players to stick at it because once you learn the basics there is so so much more to Ingress Prime than meets the eye. Collecting and upgrading your medals is highly addictive and drives me on to be a better player. I wish more people in my area were Ingress Agents and the more that join, the better it is. I love seeing new names pop up and the community is so welcoming and helpful should you need their help and tips. Download, choose your faction and play your part. It’s time to move.

PRO_-|[Emu]|-_ ,

Love the game, but riddled with bugs...

Ingress is a game with core gameplay centred on visiting new places and connecting them together, a bit like a dot-to-dot.

Now imagine that this primary mechanic is broken such that you can’t connect those dots, even though you should be able to. You must restart the app every 10 minutes because of this bug. Imagine an app left like this through 2 successive app updates.

Welcome to Ingress.

App Privacy

The developer, Niantic, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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