PoGo for Windows 10 gets a major update

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PoGo, the third-party Pokemon Go client has been updated with a handful of new features and improvements. With the latest update, the developers behind the app are adding a couple of new features and have fixed a lot of bugs. Additionally, the update also includes some refinements for the user interface. Here’s the full changelog:

  • Changed capture page: you can now flick to throw the ball (experimental)
  • Added new map styles to mimic the original app (you can enable them in settings)
  • Added profile page with achievements
  • Added Pokemon detail page where you can evolve, power up and transfer your Pokemon
  • Added Pokemon and Eggs inventory, you can now Incubate your eggs
  • Added Google Login (not supporting 2FA for now)
  • Added translations
  • Added device spoofing, you device will now act as an iPhone to try preventing bugs (we can’t guarantee that you’re safe from bans, but this may help)
  • Fixed countless bugs
  • Revamped UI

It is worth noting that the app is now functional again with the latest update, which is definitely a very good news. You can get the latest update here, and find out how to install it on your Windows 10 Mobile device here.

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