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Pokémon Go mode

Pokémon Go mode, the not-bot you’ve been waiting for

Let’s be honest: It’s all cool and fun to walk around with your smartphone outside, catch Pokémon, and hatch some eggs; especially with friends. But no matter what you do, it’s really hard to catch – and hatch – ‘em all … really hard. After a while you might even consider cheating – and using a GPS hack or a bot.

While those seem like convenient solutions, they can easily end with you being soft or perma banned from the game. Sure, it’s not the end of the world, but what if there was another solution?

Enter the Pokémon Go mode.

It’s the perfect companion for everyone who wants to catch – and hatch – ‘em all but actually has a real life, too.

It allows you to lock your phone down in one simple step while keeping your Pokémon app open and accessible.


Now you might ask yourself how this can help you? Well, let us elaborate and give you a couple of examples:

Walk your Pokémon … with the dog

It’s rather self-explanatory, don’t you think? Let your dog (and whoever walks it) have fun and hatch those pesky 10 km eggs.

Let your kids earn their pokémoney … sorry, pocketmoney

You’re one of those lucky people who have kids who love to screw around with your phone and play outside? Then just use the Pokémon Go mode, hand them your smartphone, and you’ve killed two birds with one stone: The kids are having fun outside, perhaps even earning a couple of cents for every new Pokémon they catch and hatch for you and you’ll get your Pokémon. It’s almost like a bot – but way more secure and without the risk of an account ban!

Let your girlfriend hatch the eggs while shopping

Those endless shopping trips your girlfriend enjoys can be an opportunity for your Pokémon account! Just make sure the Pokémon Go mode is set, get your eggs in the incubator, and hand your smartphone to your Bae. Voilà!

In other words:

Pokémon Go mode

Starting today, you can download AppLock+ with Pokémon Go mode on Google Play for free. So what are you waiting for? Those Pokémon eggs won’t hatch themselves (well, not entirely). 😉

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PR & Social Media Manager @ Avira |Gamer. Geek. Tech addict.