5 essential tips and tricks for Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go is one of the most famous virtual games in the world. It is fun, easy to play and it unites people from different countries in their aim to get more funny creatures. Here are tips and tricks which will make your game more exciting and successful.

Don’t know how to get more Pokémons? Here are tips and tricks, which will help you to do it

5 essential tips and tricks for Pokémon Go

Travel Tips

The difficulty of finding Pokémon and PokeStops differ and it depends on a location, where you live. Rural or suburban areas contain less Pokémon and PokeStops. So, it will be better to travel to big cities where are a lot of parks, buildings and art landmarks . It will raise your chances.

How to get more Poke Balls

If you need to get more Poke Balls, it will be interesting for you to know that PokeStops refresh their stock every five minutes and if you are stuck to one location or just don’t have a wish to go to another PokeStop, it is a great way to get Poke Balls.

Turning off AR mode for easier capture

Pokémon Go Augmented Reality mode makes catching Pokémon more difficult. So, it is better to turn off AR and it will make it easier for you to imagine the distance you need to throw your Poke ball to catch the Pokémon., because turning off AR centers the Pokémon on the screen.

How to get Pikachu

It is difficult to get it, so here is a trick which will help you to do it. Start the new game and reach the point where Professor Willow allows you to catch Charmander, Squirtle as your starting Pokémon. Don’t catch them, just walk away and your phone will start vibrating and the starters will reappear. It is necessary to repeat these action multiple times until a Pikachu spawns in a place of the three starters.

Saving Battery Power

Playing Pokémon Go makes your battery low really quickly. You can buy a battery pack for your phone in order to prolong its life. Or there is another variant, you can turn on the app’s Battery save mode, you can switch it on in the settings screen.

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