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Recently, a new glitch was discovered in Pokemon GO that cuts down on the amount of time it takes to catch a Pokemon. Players have found a way to bypass the catching animation during a Pokemon battle, saving a bit of time in the process.

During a battle, try holding the Poke Ball menu with one hand while attempting to catch the Pokemon with the other. You’ll then need to let go of the Poke Ball menu when the Pokemon starts wriggling around inside the Poke Ball. Next tap the screen to bring up the run away option. After you choose that, you’ll return to the map.

You can see if you managed to catch the Pokemon by looking at your journal. Note that an error message may appear indicating that your catch was successful.

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Earlier today, Niantic began distributing a new update for Pokemon GO. Like we usually see, dedicated fans have started plugging away to see if it holds anything interesting under the surface. And as it turns out, some very interesting information is hidden away inside.

The Silph Road shared its findings earlier today. What really seems notable here is some new quest functionality included in the code.

A new Pokemon GO update is starting to roll out. Niantic is beginning to distribute version 1.61.1 for iOS, and version 0.91.1 for Android.

The official patch notes are as follows:

– Improved the in-game News feature.
– The Pokémon Collection search function now lets Trainers search using “Shiny.”
– Various bug fixes and performance updates.


Niantic published a new cinematic trailer for Pokemon GO today, as narrated by Stephen Fry. The video offers a look at some of the more recent Pokemon added to the game. Have a look at it below.

Earlier today, Niantic announced that 23 new Pokemon from the Hoenn region would be added to the game. They were subsequently released a few hours later.

Niantic never officially revealed all of the new Pokemon, but players are starting to track them down. Here’s what we know thus far:

A new wave of Pokemon are being added to Pokemon GO. Later today, players will be able to find and catch 23 new creatures originally discovered in the Hoenn region. Some of these Pokemon are pictured above.


Niantic has shared details about its second Pokemon GO Community Day. The new event, which is taking place on February 24, will feature Dratini.

During Pokemon GO Community Day, you’ll be able to learn a previously unavailable move for Dratini. Bonuses will be handed out as well.

The upcoming event will take place during the following times:

– 11 AM PT – 2 PM PT
– 2 ET PT – 5 PM ET
– 7 PM in the UK – 10 PM in the UK
– 8 PM in Europe – 11 PM in Europe


Pokemon GO players will soon be able to download the game’s latest update. Niantic has started rolling out version 1.59.1 on iOS, and version 0.89.1 on Android.

The official patch notes are as follows:

– Resolved a bug that caused the Pokemon collection screen to scroll to the top after evolving, transferring, or renaming a Pokemon.
– Added the ability to sort the Pokedex by region.
– Improved incubator sorting order when selecting an incubator.
– Improved the way Pokemon scale throughout the app.
– Various bug fixes and performance updates.


The Legendary Water-type Pokemon Kyogre is now making an appearance in Pokemon GO’s Raid Battles. Starting today, it will begin to show up at nearby Gyms.

Note that this is a limited time event. Kyogre will only be available until 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET on February 14.


Today’s Pokemon news continues, as Niantic has announced Pokemon GO Community Day. When active, a special Pokemon will be featured, which will appear frequently around the world for just a few hours. The Pokemon you catch will have an exclusive move. Additionally, other bonuses will be in effect.

Pikachu will be the first Pokemon featured when the inaugural event begins on January 20. You can find more information about Pokemon GO Community Day below.

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