Pokemon GO : A-Z to becoming a Pokemaster

Before
even releasing the game in many areas,  Niantic
company have found a rush on  to the game
, and game is already on the top of trending charts .
It’s 90’s kids dream come true at the moment, there long wait has found a perfect
game.
Quick bites about the game:-
  •          This
    game works on augment reality.
  •          You
    will ‘seriously’ need to walk .
  •          You
    can have Pokémon fights.
  •        You
    can even get rare Pokémon.

About the game

Pokémon Go is a location-based augmented reality mobile game, developed by Niantic, published by The Pokémon Company, and part of the Pokémon franchise. 
This game uses the phones pedometer , GPS , camera over the net forms a virtual pokeworld in the phones app, boasted upon by forming pokestops and gyms over well known points of the locality . You have to actually walk out of the house for playing it .
You need to walk to find pokemons around you , except starters non of other one’s will be home served also you have to walk 2/5/10 kms for poke eggs to incubate cheating while driving won’t help pedometer is on use .
After level 5 you can go for battles , be a gym trainer .
90’s kid had dreamt of pokeworld here they get virtual pokeworld powered by AR.



Here are
Tip & tricks to become Pokemaster

  1. Capture
    everything
    It might seem obvious with “catch ‘em all” as the strap line for the game, but
    catching duplicates of Pokémon is good. Each time you catch a duplicate you
    still get the associated evolution candy, and you can transfer unwanted Pokémon
    to the professor for more candy. The more candy and star dust you have the more
    you can evolve the  Pokémon you
    do want to keep.

  2. Look
    what’s nearby:
    The meter in the bottom right side shows how close particular Pokémon are to
    your current location. Tapping on it will bring up a list. Any silhouettes are
    those Pokémon you haven’t encountered yet, while the footprints show relative
    distance to you. Tapping on a Pokémon in the list puts them in the corner so
    you can try and see if you can get closer to them.

  3. Turn
    Off ‘AR’
    Using the camera on your smartphone to place Pokémon in the real world using
    augmented reality is fun, but it makes capturing Pokémon much harder. Turn it
    off to stop them moving around when you move your phone. It can be hard enough
    to hit them with Pokeballs when out on the street.
  4. Hold
    finger for better aim
    When
    trying to capture a Pokémon, hold your finger on your Pokeball before you throw
    it to see a small reticule appear on the Pokémon.

  5. Its
    colour and size indicates how easy or hard capturing it will be.
    Green
    is the easiest, orange medium and red hard. The smaller the circle the better
    the chance you will have to capture that beauty, so wait until it’s at its
    smallest before releasing and land it inside the circle.
  6. Plough
    your Stardust and Candy into one or a few Pokémon
    Candy
    can only be used to upgrade a Pokémon of the same type. Pick your champion
    wisely, particularly at the start. Selecting one to beef up that has plentiful
    duplicates within your normal walking routes allows you to use the stardust and
    candy you gain from capturing and transferring duplicates to power up a single
    or a few beasts to higher levels which will help you greatly in battle.

  7. Don’t
    evolve your Pokémon too early
    It’s tempting to use your Stardust
    and Candy immediately, but as your trainer levels up and you travel further
    afield, you’ll find higher starting level Pokémon. The higher
    the starting combat power (CP) of your Pidgey the stronger your evolved
    Pidgeotto will be, for instance.
  8. Evolved
    Pokémon are more powerful than their wild equivalents
    A
    Pokémon evolved from its lowest to highest form will be more powerful than a
    wild Pokémon of the same class, so it’s worth capturing and working on a
    low-level Pokémon and levelling them up.
  9. Don’t
    put your Pokémon into gyms too early
    Putting
    weak Pokémon into gyms does no one any favours. You might hold it for your team
    initially, but only until it’s beaten by the opposition. You can’t train it up
    or swap it out, so you’re more likely to simply have it beaten and taken over,
    booting everyone out of the gym.
  10.  Hit
    Pokestop fast , use X
    When
    you’ve hit a PokeStop and spun the sign you can just hit the X at the bottom to
    collect the items, you don’t have to burst each bubble to grab them.

  11. Visit
    every PokeStop
    Even
    if your bag is full, you still get 50XP from each visit to a PokeStop, which is
    quite a small amount, but can be very useful for leveling up when you first
    start. You need to reach level 5 before you are allowed to visit a gym.

  12. Enable
    battery saver
    An
    hour’s usage can take up to 40% in my testing, enabling battery-saving mode in
    the app helps a little, as does turning down your screen brightness.Accentuating the problem, you’ll need the app to be open and active for any
    walking to count, so go into your display settings and set the screen auto-off
    to 10 minute
    s
    or more.An external battery case or USB battery pack is definitely recommended.
  13. How to get Pikachu as a starter pokemon
    Run away from your starter(charmander,bulbasaur,squirtle) pokemon at least 4-5 times the the next time , the next time there will be 4 including pikachu click on pikachu and then you have to catch him in your pokeball , there you go with your pikachu . 

Expert
comments :- The game is fun enjoyable , but no one should use it while driving
or should go over the top to fetch Pokémon , it may cause fatal  accidents or injury, AR is a good approach but
it is not perfect as of yet
.
Play
Safe, 
catch’em all!!




*New flash*: Niantic to launch the game in many parts of Asia in the next 48 hours.

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