How to use the Pokémon Go campfire app

It’s no secret that to maximize the rewards and XP you get in Pokémon GO, you need to have in-game friends who play the game regularly. However, this isn’t always possible, especially if you live in a remote area and don’t have friends nearby playing the game. If so, you might want to check out Niantic’s Campfire, a new social app built into Pokémon GO.

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Campfire app explained

As mentioned above, Campfire is a social app that aims to increase in-game social activity for Pokémon GO players. It’s developed by Niantic, so it’s not some random third-party application that might ban your account. Some of the notable features of the app are listed below:

  • As with most social apps, Campfire lets you communicate with your in-game friends.
  • Find nearby communities that share similar interests. You can also create a themed group with your friends for like-minded players to join.
  • The app allows you to track nearby raids and the time remaining to start/end.
  • You’ll be able to locate any nearby gyms, spawned Pokemon, and the eggs that appear.
Screengrab via YouTube by The Trainer Club

Using the Campfire app is pretty easy and doesn’t require any special prior knowledge of the app. Download the app from the Play Store/App Store, create an account, or sign in with your Pokémon GO account. When you’re done, just open Pokémon GO and click on the map icon on the right side of the screen. This will immediately take you to the Campfire app, where you can see all nearby raids, Gyms, spawned Pokemon, and Eggs. Similar to the Pokémon GO app where you have multiple options on the right side of the screen, the Campfire app gives you multiple options to light a torch, add friends, scan the area, or just message friends be able.

Screengrab via YouTube by The Trainer Club

It’s worth noting that while the app is available for download on both the Play Store and the App Store, it doesn’t run in many countries. Once you open the app, you will be notified whether the app is running in your region or not. In addition, since the app has not yet been fully presented, you can expect many new features or future changes. How to use the Pokémon Go campfire app

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