Pokemon GO for iOS & Android Finally Fixes Annoying Vibration Bug


Pokemon GO for iOS and Android has just received an update, bumping the game to version 1.21.0 and 0.51.0, respectively.

New Pokemon GO Update Fixes Lots of Bugs

Pokemon GO is heading towards refinement with every new release. The latest one for iOS and Android fixes a bug that caused a device to vibrate incorrectly, even though there wasn't any Pokemon in sight. But that's not all, it even fixes a bug where a Trainer would incorrectly see the time of day reflected in the game.

The complete changelog of the new update is as follows:

The bug that caused incorrect vibration notifications has been fixed.

Day and night modes have changed to more accurately reflect the Trainer’s current time of day.

Minor text fixes.

Apart from the above mentioned changes, we are certain there are other under the hood fixes packed inside the game. This means you should head over to the App Store or Google Play and download the latest build of Pokemon GO right away.

If you haven't downloaded or played the game already, you can initiate the download by tapping on the links below. The game is absolutely free, with in-app purchases available for those looking to enhance their gameplay much quickly.

Many users around the globe have lost interest in the game despite still being in the process of seeing itself roll out in new regions. To address that issue, Niantic is making all sorts of interesting moves, such as the addition of new Pokemon in the game as well as rewarding players for achieving certain goals everyday. There's also news that a Pokemon GO Apple Watch app is on its way soon, allowing users to fill their backpack from a PokeStop without having to take their smartphones out. We are certain Niantic will toss more features into the mix to keep players appeased, and whenever that does happen, we will inform our readers about it in a prompt manner.

Till then, update to the latest version of game on your iOS or Android device and enjoy your gameplay.