'Pokemon Go' Update: Nearby Tracking System, Capture Location Feature, Bug Fix on Loading Screen

"Pokemon GO" players will be satisfied to know that the new form of the amusement accompanies the "catch area," which is to a greater degree a measurement-related element than a gameplay repairman, according to Phone Arena.

Niantic Labs began to reveal another overhaul for its super effective "Pokémon GO" application for iOS and Android simply this Thursday. In spite of the fact that it accompanied new components, it neglected to show the upgraded framework that was beforehand tried out some two months back.

This "nearby" tracking system that was theoretically to be an enhancement to the "Sightings" feature of "Pokémon GO" did not make it to the latest update. The tracking system came to light after it was found out that Niantic Labs was testing out this feature in San Francisco a month and a half ago.

"Pokemon GO" nearby tracking system was apparently intended to not just give a rundown of close Pokémon for easy following, however; it was additionally expected to offer warnings to Trainers at whatever point a Pokémon is at a particular PokéStop.

Rather than joining the Nearby following framework into the new overhaul - adaptation 0.39.0 for Android and 1.9.0 for iOS - Niantic Labs added Capture Location to its acclaimed gaming application. In a blog entry, the Pokémon GO Team clarified that the new element gives players a chance to see where a specific Pokémon was gotten on the data insights screen.

The Pokémon Go group likewise noted in its blog entry that the most recent upgrade accompanies minor bug fixes.

In spite of the fact that the group did not indicate what fixes they are, Phone Arena found that the Pokemon GO bug that is making clients get stuck on the stacking screen has been tended to. Another issue that has been settled with the new overhaul alludes to the camera's moderate rate amid fights.

What do you think about Pokemon GO's new update?

© 2017 iTech Post All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

More from iTechPost