It is a fact that Pokemon Go is beefing up its game venue with features and modes.
The latest update regarding Pokemon Go is just out now. It has reinstated the battery-saving mode which was cancelled in the last iOS version. In order to employ this mode, you have to hold your phone upside down.
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While you are playing the game, the screen will lose its brightness and then you are home-free. You can walk about wherever you like. The Pokemon will remind you with a buzz and you won’t need to look at the screen.
Also the version 1.3 adds pics of the team heads: Candela, Blanche and Spark. They are supercool in that order. You can change your trainer’s moniker only once and correct a number of bugs that may infect the system.
Now finally the pokeball throws will be a cinch. A new feature also exists somewhere in the mix. This is such that it tells you which pokestop to go to in order to find a specific pokemon. Niantic, the mother company, has said that this feature is only for a special subset of users.
The feature is still in its testing phase, according to The Verge. This tracking system in Pokemon Go is such that it lets its users figure out where exactly the virtual monsters are hiding in the environment.
Now you don’t have to engage in any sort of drift. You can just go for it like Nature does in case of its goals. This Nearby option has two choices in it: Nearby and Sightings.
Nearby Pokemons are those very close to Pokestops. To gauge these you just have to tap the button and a map will roll out to guide you where to go in search of the Pokemon. In case of Sightings, grass is shown.
This means that these Pokemon are in the wilderness. This is where the game becomes interesting. You have to really work hard to find the Pokemon.
The Nearby app mentioned awhile ago is only being rolled out for a special few. Thus it is still in its testing phase. The future will bring in new adventures and features in this addictive and awesome game