Pokemon Go has become one of the most played games worldwide since its release last week. Now, the company behind the hit new game has released the first Pokemon Go update that could very well help improve the game even further.
The game launched in select countries last July 5. Since then, it has dominated the App Store and Google Play charts. It was mired with several bugs and glitches during the early stages of its release, which had many gamers disappointed. Now, Niantic Labs has introduced an update to help fix several bugs that players have encountered when using the Pokemon Go app.
According to MacRumors, Niantic Labs has finally released the first update for its popular augmented reality mobile game Pokemon Go. One major concern that the update intends to fix is the Pokemon Go app having access to the user’s full Google account. This bug occurs when users access the game using an iPhone. Many gamers expressed their concern that the developer would have unlimited access to their Google account, including Gmail, Google Drive and other related apps. The developers, though, clarified that it was simply a mistake and has fixed the error with the latest update.
Aside from this huge bug fix, the Pokemon Go update, likewise, includes the following improvements, according to Niantic Labs:
- Trainers do not to have to enter their username and password repeatedly after a force logout
- Added stability to Pok?mon Trainer Club account log-in process
- Resolved issues causing crashes
- Fixed Google account scope
Glitches and bugs are fairly common when it comes to massive games, such as Pokemon Go. With the first update, it seems that Niantic Labs is on the right track to help improve the game. Be sure to check back here to find out more news and updates on Pokemon Go as well as other trending stories in the world of gaming.