It is called PokéVision. Pokémon GO , the application of augmented reality Niantic Labs and the Pokémon Company , continues to inspire thousands of forms of business, curious promoting business alliances. Among the inventiveness of users to capture Pokémon, highlight the appearance of radar or maps that help locate the pocket monsters , as PokéVision
PokéVision: looking Pokémon in our area
Pokémon GO uses data through the network GPS and Google Maps to locate players on a virtual map by the They are moving in real time and captured creatures. href=”https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-3.6830692339996″ PokéVision facilitates the task of moving through these different areas as streets, parks or plazas , helping us know what Pokémon can be found at all times in real time.
system works relatively well -the web is usually saturated, so patience when entréis-, showing its usefulness and reliability. To use it, we enter an address, ZIP code or locality in your browser, and scan the area in although we only do it every 30 seconds. It is especially useful if we look for a Pokémon in concrete or some strange creature that we have escaped more than once as it also works in browsers from smartphones <. / i>
The Pokémon phenomenon GO Vandal
Pokémon GO is a mobile application where players can walk the streets of their cities capturing their favorite creatures . It’s free-to-play (although it contains microtransactions) and is available for both Android and iOS . If you want to know more, we recommend our special coverage href=”http://www.vandal.net/eventos/pokemon-go” and our GO Pokémon guide.
July 21, 2016
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