Pokemon Go update 1.141.1 fixes Friend list scrolling bug on iOS devices
Earlier this week, Niantic announced another Incense day for the game, & it will take place on May 17, 2020, from 11 am to 5 pm in your local time zone. The upcoming Incense Day will feature Water-type Pokemon & Dark-type Pokemon especially Carvanha.
If you are lucky, you might encounter the shiny version of Carvanha. The in-game shop will also bring in an event exclusive 1 Pokecoin Bundle & it will feature 3 incense. During the event hours, Incense will attract the following Water-type Pokemon – Horsea, Tympole, & others.
Lucky players might encounter Alomomola. Coming to Dark-type Pokemon, the following list of Pokemon might attract to Incense : Murkrow, Sableye & others. Lucky players might encounter Scraggy. In addition to the featured type, Pokemon of different types will be attracted by Incense at different hours. You can get it more details by heading here.
Cut to now, many players were facing issues with the friend list & experiencing scrolling bug on iOS. Players have to scroll down every single time & it is consuming a lot of time to send & open gifts. But there is good news for players as this bug has been fixed.
Reports from two players confirm that the issue has been fixed for iOS users with the update 1.141.1. One report has come from Reddit user, toadindahole, & another is j2_89. You can check the screenshots for the same down below.
Apart from this, iOS players are currently experiencing crashing issues after the latest update. If you facing this issue, fret not, as Niantic has taken the route of Twitter to confirm that they are currently working to resolve this issue.
Rest assured, we are keeping a tab on all the developments & will update you with more information whenever it arrives. For more Pokemon Go related news, updates, stay tuned with our website.
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