Pokémon Go launches on Apple Watch

Pokémon Go launches on Apple Watch
It finally makes sense to own an Apple Watch — you can now use it to capture digital Charmanders.   An egg hatching in Pokémon Go for Apple Watch. Above: An egg hatching in Pokémon Go for Apple Watch.Image Credit: Niantic   Pokémon Go is now available on Apple Watch, according to developer Niantic. The studio launched its location-based monster-catching game for A...

Pokémon Go Should I level up first, or evolve first?

Pokémon Go Should I level up first, or evolve first?
Pokémon Go Should I level up first, or evolve first? In my opinion, you should almost always evolve your high-CP base-evolution Pokémon, rather than spend dust leveling up a lower-level creature, then evolving it.   If you're looking for creatures to attack or defend gyms, you'll want to improve Pokémon once they're evolved and give you a great HP and CP and a high lev...

Pokémon Go What kind of Pokémon should I level up and evolve?

Pokémon Go What kind of Pokémon should I level up and evolve?
Pokémon Go What kind of Pokémon should I level up and evolve?   This is somewhat subjective depending on your area and what Pokémon you enjoy playing, but Gamepress has compiled a list of the Pokémon with the highest damage and CP per type. There are a few things you want to consider when leveling up Pokémon: Their hidden IV stats — stamina, attack, and defense Their C...

Pokémon Go how should I go about evolving and powering up to get there?

Pokémon Go how should I go about evolving and powering up to get there?
Pokémon Go how should I go about evolving and powering up to get there?   It's tempting to spend your Stardust powering up the first powerful Pokémon you catch — god knows, I did this to my Clefable after catching it my very first day playing. But in all honesty, until you hit level 20, it's not really worth it: In those first twenty levels, you're far more likely to c...

What are the best Pokémon to evolve right now?

What are the best Pokémon to evolve right now?
What are the best Pokémon to evolve right now?   Pokémon Go recently "re-balanced" a lot of Pokémon, raising the power of some and lowering the power of others. For example, Snorlax, Gyrados, and Rhydon got significant boosts (buffed) while Blastoise, Arcanine, and Slow Bar got signifiant reductions (nerfed).   Gamepress has just started updating their best defende...

Why do I want to level up or evolve my Pokémon in the first place?

Why do I want to level up or evolve my Pokémon in the first place?
Why do I want to level up or evolve my Pokémon in the first place?   There are two big reasons: fighting at gyms for your team, and XP bonuses to raise your own trainer level.   If you want to fight at gyms, you either need to find and catch high-level creatures, or level up your Pokémon. Until you get to level 20, we generally recommend saving your Stardust and Ca...

How much Candy and Stardust do I need to level up or evolve my Pokémon?

How much Candy and Stardust do I need to level up or evolve my Pokémon?
How much Candy and Stardust do I need to level up or evolve my Pokémon?   To improve your Pokémon's level, you'll typically need 1-4 pieces of candy and 200-2000 bits of Stardust; this usually results in a level jump along with a 20-80 point boost for your critter. You can also evolve your Pokémon with candy alone: Depending on what evolutionary step your creature is g...

Pokémon Go Where do I get Candy and Stardust?

Pokémon Go Where do I get Candy and Stardust?
Pokémon Go Where do I get Candy and Stardust?   You can get Stardust by capturing any Pokémon, or after your trainer level increases. (You earn Trainer XP from catching Pokémon, nice throws, and gym battles.) Candy only appears after you've caught a Pokémon (5-10 pieces on the first catch of a new species, followed by 3-5 pieces for duplicate catches), or when you Tran...

Pokémon Go:What is Stardust and Candy, exactly?

Pokémon Go:What is Stardust and Candy, exactly?
Pokémon Go:What is Stardust and Candy, exactly? There are two items in the game's world you can't buy or trade — you have to find them in the world by catching Pokémon.   Stardust is solely used to help you raise your Pokémon's level and overall CP, while breed-specific Candy can be used in tandem with Stardust to raise your level, or by itself to evolve your Pokémon. ...
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