Even if you have a higher level CP Pokemon, it is highly recommended to capture low CP Pokemon, especially if you are looking for a certain Candy type or want to farm Stardust for feeding Pokemon.
Franken wrote a letter Tuesday to Niantic, the company behind the blockbuster app that allows players to use their smartphones to virtually "catch" Pokemon scattered around their city. Pokemon Go has taken over Tinder in terms of the number of downloads.
The mobile app uses your phone's Global Positioning System to determine where you are and then a Pokémon appears on your phone screen, which you can capture. However, there's a new interesting discovery made by two Reddit users that might have revealed an upcoming partnership between Pokemon Go and McDonald's. We believe that this idea is slightly a ludicrous one because already many people who are playing the game met with some accidents. "This works with you using your device as a viewer to "see" the creature near you by looking at an image from the camera with the creature superimposed on it".
Niantic released a statement which indicated that "We recently discovered that the Pokémon GO account creation process on iOS erroneously requests full access permission for the user's Google account". According to the Epoch Times, Google verified with them that neither Pokemon Go, nor Niantic has received any other information.
B - Personally, I would do this second method as it ensures that the permissions are properly fixed.
Pokemon Go has everyone trying to "catch 'em all". But despite the fact that Pokémon Go isn't actually going to read emails or look at your private photos, it's worth knowing exactly what information the app does have access to on your phone. Consider sharing it with your friends on Facebook!