Google Pixel 4 Seemingly Blocks These Four Apps From Running At 90Hz

As some of you might have heard, Google’s Pixel 4 has come under fire recently for its 90Hz display, where despite being advertised as such, it was revealed that the display’s refresh rate changes depending on the brightness, where it can drop down to 60Hz. Now it seems that Google might have actually blocked certain apps from ever running at 90Hz.


Xiaomi Users Are Claiming They Are Being Banned In Pokemon GO

Cheating is frowned upon by most developers of video games, and in recent years, many have come down hard on cheaters by outright banning them from their games. However, it seems that maybe Niantic’s zeal to ban cheaters could have accidentally resulted in innocent players being caught up in it.


Pokemon Go Apple Watch App Being Discontinued

Niantic, the developer of the popular Pokemon Go title, has confirmed that it will be discontinuing the Apple Watch app for this game. The app was first announced back in September 2016 and released several months later. Contrary to what some players may have expected, the app didn’t allow users to play the game on their smartwatch, it was more of a companion app that worked in tandem with the […]


You Can Now Reserve Your Name In Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

As some of you might have heard, the folks at Niantic are developing a new game in the form of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. From what we can tell, it is expected to be similar in concept to Pokemon GO, except that it will be based on the Harry Potter franchise. The game is expected to be released in the near future, and the good news is that you can […]


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Pokemon GO Has Made $2.45 Billion In Revenue To Date

Despite having been around for the past few years, it seems that Niantic’s Pokemon GO is still doing very well.  This is according to data from Sensor Tower (via Variety) who has revealed that the game has managed to earn the company a whopping $2.45 billion to date, not bad for a game that is several years old.


Niantic Will Soon Let Players Change Pokemon GO Teams, For A Price

Just like with many games that you’re playing for the first time ever, choosing a race, a class, skills, professions, and so on can be a bit confusing and sometimes even intimidating. More often than not, players usually end up regretting some of their choices later on when they gain a bit more experience, and usually, this means rerolling their character.


Pokemon Go Gets AR Portrait Mode On Android

Pokemon Go developer Niantic confirmed earlier this month that it would be rolling out an AR portrait mode for the popular game on Android. This feature is called “Go Snapshot” and it lets players use the app to take AR photos. This feature is now live for Pokemon Go on Android devices.


Niantic’s Pokemon GO Has Made Almost $800 Million To Date

Pokemon GO was extremely popular when it was launched and it’s not hard to see why. This is because the game is based on the Pokemon franchise which is popular in its own right, plus it leveraged the use of augmented reality technology which gave it a bit of a novelty factor. However with Niantic delaying some of the more in-demand features for so long, we’re sure some probably wondered […]


Pokemon GO’s Developer Is Now Worth $4 Billion

Niantic started off as a startup formed within Google where they experimented with the use of augmented reality (AR) technology through a game known as Ingress. It might not have been particularly well-known due to the fact that the game was invitation-only at the start, plus you could almost say that society wasn’t particularly ready for AR at that time.


Trainer Battles Have Officially Arrived For Pokemon GO

Ever since Pokemon GO was launched, many have been asking for Niantic to bring PVP into the game. After all being able to battle your friends in the regular version of Pokemon was what made the game so appealing to begin with, or at least that was one of the things that helped. It was earlier this month that Niantic finally confirmed the feature would be coming, and now it […]


Pokemon GO Trainer Battles Will Be Available By The End Of The Year

If trainer battles/PvP was a feature of Pokemon GO that you have been anticipating, you’ll be pleased to learn that not too long after teasing the availability of the feature, Niantic has confirmed that the feature will be released by the end of the year, making it about 2 years or so since the game was first launched.


Pokemon GO Trainer Battles Are Coming Soon

One of the appealing aspects of playing Pokemon was that you could trade Pokemon with other players as well as battle them head-on. However those two features were conspicuously absent from Pokemon GO and it took Niantic a while before trading was implemented. The good news for those waiting for PvP, it seems that it is finally here, sort of.


Pokemon GO Will Count Your Steps Even When You Aren’t Playing

When Pokemon GO was first launched, due to the nature of the game it encouraged players to walk around to try and discover and capture nearby Pokemon. As a result it actually forced more people to exercise, which is a good thing, and now it seems that its creators are hoping to make it a regular thing.


Pokemon GO Sees 35% Increase In Active Usage Since May

Pokemon GO was understandably met with a ton of excitement when it first launched. However over time it wasn’t surprising to see interest in the game wane a bit. However it seems that in the past few months, interest in the game has picked up again, according to a post on Niantic’s website.