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'Pokemon Go' Creator Has No Plans To Release 'Pokemon Go' Tracker Beta? Find Out Why!

Update Date: Oct 19, 2016 06:40 AM EDT
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This is a sad news for "Pokemon Go" players. Niantic confirmed they have no plans to put "Pokémon Go" tracker beta fix to the real world.

After "Pokemon Go" map tracker FastPokeMap becomes available, Niantic announced they have no plans to release "Pokémon Go" tracker beta fix in the world. The company told Polygon, they are still testing  a new type of tracking that geo-locked to San Francisco.

Niantic is busy working on a new type of tracking. However, the company can't give the timeline for its rollout.

In other related news, one of the most popular "Pokemon Go" map trackers will be revived, according to BGR. Guess which tracker has become available this weekend?
For those who haven't been informed last weekend, FastPokeMap is now available. It was released last weekend.

Finding Pokemon has been easier with the help of this tracker. However, it was shut down by Niantic with an update.

Niantic said that the map trackers "don't fall within the spirit of the game," that's why decided to shut down the tracker. Although Niantic was able to destroy it, FastPokeMap has been able to crack the developer's blockade. It means that it will come back and run anytime.

The developers of FastPokeMap said that the recent changes to the Pokemon Go API are designed not only to keep tinkerers out. It can also deny folks with older Android phones that can cause excessive power consumption. 

 

 

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