It's been a week since Pokémon Go launched and people still can't stop playing it. A girl had an hit by Car and died because She was too focused on catching Pokémon and not watching the running vehicles on road.
The game is so much addictive people are literally losing sleep over it because they gotta catch 'em all.
Whether you like,love or hate the game, one thing is for sure: It Consists weak battery life like there's no tomorrow, leaving little power for you to Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and do all the other important things that are key to live alive in today's modern world. Like obsessively knowing what Kanye West, Béyonce and Kim Kardashian are doing at all times.
if some celebrity released their own snake emoji app and you missed out because you were busy trying to catch the Rattata
Not to worry, we've gathered the best ways to save battery life and still be able to enjoy Maximum hours of playing Pokémon Go.
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- Turn off (AR MODE) augmented reality.
Catching Rattata in Off AR MODEIt's really cool to be able to see Pokémon stratified on top of the real world, the game's use of augmented reality, which activates your phone's camera, it consists too much battery life of
It's really cool to be able to see Pokémon stratified on top of the real world, the game's use of augmented reality, which activates your phone's camera, it consists too much battery life of mobile phone .
Turn off the AR MODE to save some power. The real world will be replaced with a Mild or Soft background, but the battery as an advantage is worth it. Plus, Pokémon are easier to catch with AR MODE is off since they stay still in the center instead of requiring you to aim your phone in the air all over the place.
You can turn off AR MODE by hitting the AR MODE switch in the upper right corner of the screen when you confront a Pokémon.
2. Turn on battery saver mode
Pokémon Go has a built-in battery saver mode. To turn it ON tap the Poké Ball, then tap on the settings icon and then make sure "Battery Saver" is checked.
With battery saver turned ON, the game will turn black when your phone is held upside down and vibrate when something new happens.
Note for Users:Turn off the music and sound effects mode for more saving of battery life .
3. Turn on your phone's battery saver mode
In addition to turning on the game's battery saver mode, you can also turn ON your phone's battery saver mode as well to squeeze out even more play time.
For iPhone users go to Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode. And for Android users go to Settings > Battery > Tap on the three vertical dot icon in the upper right corner > Battery saver > On.
While the phone's built-in battery saver is a better way to save power, you should also know that it limits location services (It uses your phone's built-in GPS to track your location) and you may see fewer PokéStops and confront fewer Pokémon.
4. Reduce your screen brightness
This one is a obvious conclusion and good for saving battery life in general, not only for playing Pokémon Go. The only downside is turning down the brightness may make it harder to see what's happening on the screen, especially if you're playing outside in direct sunlight.
To adjust the brightness, for iPhone users, you can pull up the Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of the screen and sliding the brightness slider left or else go to Settings > Display & Brightness and adjusting the slider from there.
for Android users, you can pull down the Quick Settings by swiping down from the top menu bar with two fingers and then adjusting the brightness slider from there. Or else go to Settings > Display > Brightness level and adjusting from the there.
5. Turn off music, sound effects, vibration
Just want to only encounter Pokémon and don't care for anything else? You can conserve power by going into the game's settings and turning off all (the music, sound effects and vibration). Every one of those things eats up a little bit of battery life that adds up over the course of a play session.
To turn them OFF, tap the Poké Ball, tap Settings(top right) and then uncheck Music, Sound Effects and Vibration.
6. Get a Power bank
If you have done all of the above and still need more battery to keep on playing Pokémon Go, then you need to get checked out because you have an addiction my friend. Have you slept? Have you eaten? Have you taken a break from encountering the 'Pokemons?
The confortable way to get more battery life it to pick up a battery case or power bank. Yeah, it's another thing to connect to your phone, but whatevers. More Pokémon playtime man.