Pokémon GO has yet not been officially launched in India, but the location-based augmented reality game has already fueled a privacy debate and request for Ban.
Isn’t that weird?
A Gujarat resident, Alay Anil Dave has recently filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Gujarat High Court against Niantic, developers of Pokémon Go, over allegations that the game is hurting religious
Pokémon GO launched just two weeks ago, and people have been getting crazy to catch ’em all.
Users, on an average, are spending more time engaged with the new Pokémon GO app than any other apps like Snapchat.
But, before downloading and playing Nintendo’s new location-based augmented reality game, users are required to keep the following points in their minds:
1. Unofficial Pokémon GO app
Nintendo’s new location-based augmented reality game Pokémon GO has been making rounds since its launch just a few days ago. People are so excited to catch ’em all that brought Nintendo’s market-value gains to $7.5 Billion (£5.8 Billion) in just two days – the highest surge since 1983.
Due to the huge interest surrounding Pokémon GO, even hackers are using the game’s popularity to distribute
“Pokémon Go” has become the hottest iPhone and Android game to hit the market in forever with enormous popularity and massive social impact. The app has taken the world by storm since its launch this week.
Nintendo’s new location-based augmented reality game allows players to catch Pokémon in the real life using their device’s camera and is currently only officially available in the United