Get your catch on with these excellent Pokémon Go beginner tips!
Pokémon Go, when it works, is a revolutionary game that gets the whole world outside and interacting with new people. Anytime you see someone outside with their phone out, swiping up on their screen, there’s a 99% chance they’re playing Pokémon Go.
You see someone with a charging cable poking out of their pocket, they’re playing Pokémon Go. I know I’ve lost a couple of extra pounds just by walking my dog, for an extra 30 minutes, all to catch that 200th f-ing Pidgey.
Either way, it’s fun, and if you haven’t tried it, it’s free, and it’s worth the download and Google log in. I’ve decided to make a list of Pokémon Go beginner tips I feel help with playing the game. Some may be repeats you’ve seen, but these are things I do on a daily basis. Here are 10 helpful Pokémon Go beginner tips.
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10. Battery Saver
I don’t think there is an app out there that drains my phone’s battery faster than Pokémon Go. To help reduce the battery strain of this game, I recommend turning on the “Battery Saver” option in the settings of the game. I also recommend turning on the Power Save Mode, or Low Power Mode, depending what type of phone you have.
9. Play Smart
Different Pokémon come out at night. If you are younger, make sure to check with your parents, and only stay in well lit areas. I only play at night with a friend just to be safe. Also, be aware of your surroundings.
Basically, just play smart. Too many people are falling and getting into accidents playing this game.
8. Data Usage/ Google Maps
This game can use a lot of data. Fortunately, there is a way to reduce that usage. If you have the Google Maps app on your phone, you can download an “offline map” of your area. These do require a couple hundred megabytes of space, so just make sure you have it on your phone.
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