The highly anticipated mobile app "Pokémon Go" will be released very soon. While we have yet to receive an official launch date by developer Niantic or The Pokémon Company, many details have surfaced that indicate the game will launch in July. 

One of the biggest indicators is the release of the "Pokémon Go Plus" device. The Bluetooth companion device is now available for pre-order, which indicates the app will launch soon. "Pokémon Go" will need to be released before the "Pokémon Go Plus" device, otherwise the device will have nothing to work with. The Plus is currently available on GameStop's website and has a release date set for July 31. 

The Bluetooth device acts as a companion for "Pokémon Go" and can be used with any compatible smartphone. "Pokémon Go Plus" allows users to know when a Pokémon is nearby without constantly having to open the application. When the accessory is connected to a smartphone that has "Pokémon Go" installed, the Plus device will vibrate indicating that users should open the app to see what Pokémon they should attempt to catch. 

"Pokémon GO Plus" is available for pre-order for the price of $34.99. It features the iconic Poké Ball design in a teardrop-shaped design, similar to the icon of the Global Positioning System (GPS). The device also sports a strap that can be used either on the player's wrist or to hang on to the player's belt for easier access when needed.

For players to use the "Pokémon Go Plus," their smartphones must have support for Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS technology. For Android users, their smartphone needs to have Android 4.3 Jellybean installed or higher. iOS users, meanwhile, will need to be updated to iOS 8 or higher.

Again, the "Pokémon Go Plus" device will begin shipping on July 31. The "Pokémon Go" mobile app will be released for iOS and Android as a free app with in-game purchases. A release date for the app is yet to be revealed.