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Pokemon players exert Joe face additional problems with closure of tracking applications
Many players face to augmented reality game Pokemon Pokemon Go Joe additional new problems, after the closure of a set of third – party applications for tracking such PokéVision and PokéNotify and PokéHound , which was helping the players to find Albuquemonat.
The players blamed the company “Niantic” Niantic developer of the game, and accused of working to remove features that will help them to play on , closing in on third – party applications, which are the eyes of the company in violation of the laws of the conditions of service .
And contained the game on a system called “nearby” Nearby, which would show how close Albuqmonat in the wilderness of the players, where they allow footprints found next to the Pokemon feature code to know how close the player.
And allowed the advantage in knowing that through a number of existing footprints which refers to the closeness when you see the footprints and one after the increase, allowing users to track the impact of the Pokemon and running behind him to catch it.
And it suffered the advantage of having problems with it, prompting many users to use external third party applications developed by software developers in the community of Pokemon Joe to help them use the feature correctly and using the same data used by the game.
And proceeded Niantic company developed the game to get rid of all the ways that allow finding the Pokemon at the same time, it has to remove the effects of Alokadm feature across the new update for the game which was released yesterday .
It seems that the company has to tighten the screws on third-party applications to help you keep track of Albuquemonat also, however, that any of those applications did not mention the name of the company Niantic explicitly within their statements about the closure of their services.
Currently, all eyes toward game developers with a strong belief that they are behind the closure of applications, after the John Hanke, chief executive of the company to declare last week that such applications may not be available for long.
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