Niantic announces to release a new Pokemon Go App update for iOS that fixes the Battery Saver Mode.
Niantic is now communicating regularly with Pokemon trainers. Earlier this week the Pokemon Go developers explained why the removed the nearby feature and why they are killing off third party services and apps like Pokevision.
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Besides announcing the release of Pokemon Go in Latin America in time for the Rio Olympics, Niantic also delivered an update on the Battery Saver mode for iOS. "We have been hearing the feedback loud and clear about the removal of the Battery Saver mode on iOS devices. We had removed this feature as several users were experiencing it to be buggy, but we are fairly confident that a fix for this should roll out within the next several days."
There will be another Pokemon Go app update maybe already on Friday. It is likely version 1.1.2.
Niantic also acknowledged that they released in error several legendary Pokemon such as Articuno. Trainers who got Legendary Pokemon have them no longer. Niantic "brought them home safely."
Niantic stresses again that their developers have been working long hours to fix many other bugs and bring some exciting new features to Pokémon GO in the future.
The focus is though though now on the continued roll-out of Pokemon Go to more countries around the world - more trainers, more money. The Pokemon Go app has according to the latest reports 100 million users that generated $10 million per day in revenue for Niantic.
Niantic surprised the 3rd party developers today with a change in the Pokemon GO server communication, breaking all Pokemon Go trackers and bots. The Pokemon Go APIs do not work anymore.
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