Samsung mobile phone users have always been able to use the Galaxy Store, the Korean brand alternative to the Google Play store. In the case of Pokémon Go, it was possible to have two different accounts in different stores. However, a new update will remove this functionality.
Pokemon Go version 0.157.0 will no longer allow users to have two accounts on the same device. The truth is that this "flaw" could be exploited by cheats by running two instances of the same app at the same time.
However, the function was useful for families sharing devices. However the Pokémon Go ratings on the Galaxy Star have dropped considerably. Fans are showing their discontent by giving the app 1 star.
From time to time, Niantic gives "foot shots"
Pokemon Go company Niantic is not disappointing its users for the first time. Whether it's game bugs, canceled events, or late events, it seems there is always reason to complain about Niantic from players.
There are even a number of websites dedicated to reporting Niantic failures to the Pokémon Go player base. One of them is called "Number of days passed since Niantic last failed". You can visit the site here although it has not been updated since November 1st, date of the last crash supposedly.
In addition to Pokémon Go, Niantic also owns the recently released Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. So far there have not been so many complaints about this game so it seems that somehow Niantic is learning from the mistakes.
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