If you're looking for a smooth gameplay experience, then having access to fast refresh rates is one way to achieve that. While not everyone might be able to tell the difference, for those who can there is a considerable improvement when jumping up to 60fps from 30fps. But, for iPhone users, that hasn't always been a possibility.
Pokémon has a lot of games out there, mostly dedicated to Nintendo's various consoles. One of the areas it could use some growth, though, is mobile. Which is strange, considering so many people would download and play more games featuring the (mostly) adorable pocket monsters. Just like we saw with Pokémon GO. And maybe now we'll see that all over again.
The Pokemon franchise will soon get its first strategic team battle game, Pokemon United.
Longtime Pokémon game fans, especially of the classic Nintendo Game Boy flavor, may feel a bit nostalgic of the older games at times. Fortunately, if you’re itching for some nostalgic relief and you have a jailbroken iOS device at your disposal, then a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed PokeBar by iOS developer Liberato Aguilar might be able to help.
In the rather conspicuous screenshots above and below, you might’ve ascertained already that PokeBar brings Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow-inspired notification banners to pwned iOS 13 handsets. Moreover, it supports both dark and light themes, depending on your device’s dark mode system settings.
For fans of the Pokémon series, who have managed to catch a lot of pocket monsters over the years, Nintendo is changing its cloud storage option.
As promised, Pokémon Masters, the next Pokémon mobile game in the series, is now available for iPhone and iPad in App Store at no charge.
The Pokémon Company officially announced a handful of new games earlier this year, including one, Pokémon Masters, for smartphones. And now we know a bit more about the title, which is a slight departure for the series in terms of gameplay and focus.
Two new Pokémon-branded smartphone games will be arriving in 2020, Pokémon Sleep and Pokémon Masters, along with a trading cloud platform launching later this year.
Location spoofing is perhaps one of the most highly sought-after reasons to jailbreak an iPhone, especially since it can’t be done on a non-jailbroken handset. Sadly, the list of available location-spoofing tweaks that actually work how they should appears to be particularly short.
If you’re in the market for a no-BS location spoofing solution for iOS, then you just might come to appreciate a newly-released jailbreak tweak called Relocate by iOS developer Nepeta. As you might come to expect, this tweak allows its users to say they’re somewhere that they really aren’t.
There's a new Pokémon game ready for your attention. Pokémon Quest is launching today, June 27, around the world on iOS and Android devices. The game launched first on the Nintendo Switch late last month.
For all those Pokémon aficionados out there, PokeCall is a new jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Frozen Penguin that makes your iPhone’s incoming call interface look more like a battle screen from the classic Pokémon games.
In the screenshot examples above, you can see examples of how PokeCall replaces the stock incoming call interface in iOS with a Pokémon-centric look and feel.
The latest Pokémon Go app update arrives this week bringing two crucial social features to the game. The new update allows you to begin trading Pokémon with other players. You can also start gathering a friends list.