To make it easier for you to join our Pokémon Go community we have already integrated with Google Authentication and promised to integrated more options for you (even if you should aready have a google account to play Pokémon Go ;-)).
In this very brief post, we just want to let you know that we enabled the registration and login using your Facebook account. No need to get bothered by too many different logins. Sign up with your Facebook credentials and start using our global Pokémon Go trainer/player map to find other players within your area.
We are providing a map which shows the locations of all members on this website. Whenever you want to connect with someone nearby you to go out hunting Pokémons together, you’ll hopefully find someone using our global Pokémon Go trainer map. Different from what many people think, Pokémon Go is a very social game. You can easily get this confirmed by trainers – there are so many players outside and at a Pokéstop you will start talking to each other. Why not connecting with those trainers for future walks or to discuss the hottest Pokéstops in town?
We have recently integrated a social login via Google. If you want to register you can simply use your existing Google account. As we said we’ll make it as easy and as comfortable as possible for you to join our Pokémon Go trainer community, we will also provide other social logins, e.g. Facebook, Twitter.
Niantic’s rollout of their new game Pokémon Go created an incredible hype right away. During the last couple of weeks the app has been rolled out to several other coutries than the U.S. Wherever it was available everybody just wanted to get onto the game as soon as possible to start catching as many Pokémons as possible. There have been plenty of funny, weird but also serious news about the game and its players. Social media has been full of memes, jokes, ads and so much more – Pokémon Go everywhere!