The launch of Pokemon Go in Brazil and Latin America was hindered by third party applications. Such an impasse has been reached and it is hard to find a solution to this situation.
Niantic Labs has blasted third party apps like Pokevision for server issues and the slow motion launch. While Pokemon Go is extremely popular, the complete access to this game is a complex process.
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Especially the roll out of Pokemon Go in Brazil and the rest of Latin America has been dogged by various complications that just refuse to go away.
The aggressive acts of third party apps have managed to create barriers in the way of the game reaching its many fans. Niantic is on the war path. It has squarely blamed these third party apps in a blog recently.
Niantic is also explaining why it has blocked Pokevision. The explanation consists of statements to the effect that Pokevision is a service that hurts the relay of the game to its rightful players. Now that the blocked app cannot hurt Niantic anymore, it seems that the rollout in other countries will be a cinch.
Niantic even displayed a graph on its blog to demonstrate how the game had managed to be so wildly popular despite the obstacles that had been set in its path by the third party apps.
Pokemon Go is the novel social media phenomenon that is making the rounds. Niantic has removed more features than it has added to the Pokemon Go mix. This is cause for worry.
There are so many issues that need to be resolved and knots that have to be untangled before the game is viable in a new land. While the world is more than ready to accept the game, it will take time to release it in each and every country.
The bureaucratic rigmarole surrounding the game’s launch ceremonies is one thing which is holding things up. The problem of bugs that manage to infiltrate the game’s platform also refuses to go away on its own.
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Problems have multiplied to the extent where adding new features has been put on the backburner. Now finally the creators of Pokemon Go have sought the long arm of the law in their quest to get rid of the nonsense that has accumulated along the way. A cease and desist letter has been sent to at least one developer of a Pokemon Go app.