About the game
Pokemon Go is a free-to-play mobile game that sees players locate, catch, train and battle virtual Pokemon who can be found in real-life locations thanks to the game's use of augmented reality.
Pokemon Go Articles
Pokemon GO getting a dedicated photo mode called GO Snapshot
Encouraged by the response of photography-savvy trainers to the AR+ feature, Niantic announced they're taking it to the next level with a dedicated photo mode called GO Snapshot that lets you take snaps of Pokemon you've got in storage.
Pokemon Go Lunar New Year event is officially underway
Pokemon Go Lunar New Year event is bringing in-game bonuses, special spawns and discounts in the shop. 2019 is the Year of the Pig which means that the featured Pokemon is Spoink and the event is scheduled to run until 13 February 2019.
Latest Pokemon Go update adds more Sinnoh evolutions
Pokemon Go's latest update brings new evolutions for Sinnoh region Pokemon. Players will get to use Sinnoh Stone to evolve Lickitung into Lickilicky, and Tangela into Tangrowth. Niantic also added two wild Pokemon - Cranidos and Shieldon.
Pokemon GO February Community Day has 4 Gen Pokemon Mamoswine
Niantic have finally revealed the next Pokemon GO Community Day is taking place on 16 February 2019. The featured Pokemon will be the second generation, dual-type Ice and Ground Pokemon Swinub with its fully evolved form Mamoswine.
Pokemon GO trainers puzzled by Niantic's Limited Research event
It turns out that many Pokemon GO trainers are downright unhappy over some of Niantic's choices in delivering the game's newest event called Limited Research, starting with the discouragingly low likelihood of getting a shiny Pokemon.
Pokemon GO Community Day has Totodile, limited research coming
Pokemon GO's next Community Day, which is scheduled for tomorrow by the way, is all about Totodile but Niantic have more in store for trainers as they'll soon be introducing limited research events, with the first one on 19 January 2019.
Pokemon GO's trespassing lawsuit in the US has been settled
It seems like Niantic didn't really take the US property laws into account when they launched Pokemon GO because players hunting Pokemon have managed to upset quite a few property owners, who in turn sought legal action against the dev.
Niantic are teaming up with UN on promotion of tourism
Niantic Labs have announced a partnership with the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) so as to help promote global tourism through the likes of Pokemon GO and Ingress Prime, as part of the Travel.Enjoy.Respect program.
Next Pokemon GO Community Day features gen 2 Cyndaquil
Even though Niantic may have their hands full with the launch of Ingress, they're not forgetting about Pokemon GO trainers, quite the contrary - there are plenty of additions and the next Community Day starring Cyndaquil approaches as well.
Niantic announce Adventure Sync, background step recording
Niantic have announced a new feature dubbed the Adventure Sync coming to their Pokemon-collecting addiction of a game Pokemon GO, which will be recording your footsteps in the background and integrate with similar apps on iOS and Android.