DID YOU KNOW?
There are 480 Pokemon that can be captured in Pokemon GO as of 2019. As the franchise adds more Pokemon to the mix, it seems almost impossible to catch them all, as the tagline states. However, one person had managed to capture every Pokemon available not just in his own region of Unova (a.k.a. New York City) but in the entire world. Back in 2016, only 145 of the original 151 Pokemon from the franchise were available to be captured in the app, the six unreleased being Ditto, Mewtwo, Mew, and the three legendary birds. In the United States, only 142 Pokemon were available, and on July 21 of 2016, only 2 weeks after Pokemon GO was released, they were all caught by one man: Nick Johnson. In the two weeks leading up to it, Nick Johnson dedicated approximately 50 hours every week to finding and catching Pokemon, walking over 95 miles in the process. When he posted about it on Reddit, it gained so much attention overnight that it caught the eye of Mariott Rewards and Expedia. The two travel services decided to support Johnson’s efforts and sponsor his trips to other countries to catch the remaining three Pokemon: Mr. Mime in Paris, Farfetch’d in Hong Kong, and Kangaskhan in Sydney, the last of which he finally captured on August 5, 2016.
Nick Johnson’s dedication is an inspiration to many trainers and shows it IS possible to become a Pokemon Master. The feat is harder to achieve now, but you can still strive for it by being a better trainer. And with this list of Pokemon GO tips and tricks, you are one step closer to be the very best like no one ever was!
#4Throwing Poké Balls with spinning motion
#5Dodge the driving lockouts
Here you can find some cheats to avoid the annoying driving lock:
1-Go to the egg screen on Pokémon Go. Then go to Home Screen by hitting Home button, keep the screen on but without opening new apps. Drive a short distance not far from 10 minutes, then, open Pokémon Go again. Check the distance gain. It doesn't always work but when it does the results are amazing
2-Use Incense. Incense may seem to block the speed lock that affects Pokemon Go.
3-Start a workout in Apple's Watch Pokémon Go app. After that, find a form of slow transportation, while the workout is running, pat your watch hand lightly up and down while you're movingWebsites
#7Catching a Pokémon in regular mode
#8[TUTORIAL] Zapdos comes to Pokémon Go
#9Drive slower than 30mph
First of all, driving while using your cell phone can be very dangerous. And driving while playing a video game is a hundred times worse. This trick is not recommendable at all but it exists. If you drive slower than 30mph, Pokémon Go detects that you are walking. This speed for a car is extremely slow and can be maddening for the driver so, why don't you walk instead? Driving for playing Pokémon Go is worthless.Other