Niantic has announced a new feature for Pokemon Go, one that will hopefully save a lot of battery for folks. Earlier, Pokemon Go allowed counting of steps only when the phone was awake, but after the introduction of this feature called "Adventure Sync" it will count steps in the background as well. This new system will allow you to continue your progress in the mobile game without having your screen switched on.
In Pokemon Go, Pinap Berries will double the amount of Candy you earn double by catching the Pokemon. The main requirement of the passing game involves traveling down the street to meet up with the pokemon and PokeStops actually placed in the real world to advance to new levels in the game, and expand the collection of pokemon. Rewards can be earned for each milestone you reach, and you get push notifications when your buddy Pokémon has found a Candy or when an egg hatch is imminent. If you're already using Apple Health or Google Fit depending on your device of choice, Adventure Sync will work alongside those as well to give you even more motivation to get out and GO. But, what about all of the other times you're out and about? The feature also connects to the Apple Health and Google Fit fitness apps.
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During its peak, Pokemon GO has been credited for getting people off their butts and on their feet and walking around, sometimes even walking into things, unfortunately.
The new update in the popular augmented reality (AR) game is confirmed to be rolled out for the Pokémon Go players, while the company is planning to bring the feature to its other games in due course.