Pokemon Go Plus Gets New Features

Posted: Oct 17 2016, 3:42pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Pokemon Go Plus Gets New Features

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The Pokemon Go Plus device is sold out, but Niantic is already giving current owners more features.

The Pokemon Go Plus just got more powerful. Niantic announced new features that improve the experience of Pokemon Go Plus if you are lucky enough to own one.

Trainers who search for Pokemon in the real world using the Pokemon Go Plus accessory can now select one of multiple notification modes. Scanning for both PokeStops or Pokemon simultaneously still remains the default setting if you want to try to catch as many Pokémon and collect as many Poke Balls as possible.

Now you can also individually enable or disable each of these notifications based on your preference. In addition, when you are out with your Buddy Pokemon you can choose to not receive notifications, and just record the distance of your walks.

Lastly, the Pokemon Go Plus accessory will remain paired with the Pokemon Go app if you choose to use the app while interacting with Pokemon or Gyms.

Find out where to buy the hard to find Pokemon Go Plus and read the latest Pokemon Go news.

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