What is Pokémon Go?
Pokémon Go is a game for Smartphone which is boosted reality geo tagging for the Smartphone. You will play the role of Trainer and catch the Pokémon which is appear in the real world. The GPS in your phone will place a map on the screen of phone and different species will loop nearby. When you travel to the area a Pokémon is hiding out and when you click on the screen and the camera of your phone will deliver it into the environment. May be you find a drowzee bumbling around your local train station or an oddish while walking the dogs. [Read : Fitness Tips]
After that you must catch the Pokémon by point out at it and throwing a pokeball on it. Some types of species are very difficult to point out because they bounce around the oven/ supermarket shelf/ sofa and you will have to use many number of pokeball at it.
Health Benefits of Playing Pokemon Go
Pokémon Go can also help to improve self efficacy for activities like walking, running. Self efficacy is the belief on yourself that you can do something. Self efficacy is examined a key predictor of good health and self efficacy accepts consequences whether people adopt new healthy behaviors, abandon unhealthy habits, or maintain positive health habit. [Read : Improve your Health by having Energizing food]
Pokémon Go, with benefits of health, it has also a dark side. Person did not able to give attention to their surroundings. The highly rewarding nature of the Pokémon Go is very addictive for people.
This is the game to hunt out your favorite Pokémon in the real world.
You can get Pokémon Go on app store in iphone and android and it is now officially available in the UK.
How much does it cost?
Pokémon Go is free to play. It means you can download this game from app store at no cost and get started like other social or games apps. There are some little transaction which allow you to pay real world cash exchange for pokecoins to spend on in game items. So far, we have played Pokémon Go for a better few hours. Never felt the need to spend any money. But the option to pay to step up your progress is there. [Read : Remain Fit without Spending Money]