Pokemon Go will soon support trading, leaderboards, and maybe even Hololens

The mobile game has children and adults participating in scavenger hunts in the real world looking for the animated Pokémon characters.

So far, the game has only been released in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand and numerous bogus apps are originating from - and targeted to - foreign markets.

Unless you've got some awfully odd apps on your list besides Pokemon GO, you might only have one or two that have Full Account Access, one of which will probably be Google Chrome. According to a post on SimilarWeb, Pokemon GO was installed on over five percent of all Android devices in the USA with 48 hours of its launch, and by Thursday, July 7 was on more devices than the Tinder app.

If you logged into the game using your Google account and use an iOS device, unless you specifically revoke it, Niantic has access to your entire Google account.

Armed robbers, who had been using Pokémon Go to track and target would-be victims, were arrested in Missouri on Sunday.

"Pokemon Go" is a joint venture of the Pokemon Company, which is 32%-owned by Nintendo, and Niantic, a spinout from Alphabet. Pokemon GO is now one of the most used apps on people's phones.

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Millions of users have already downloaded the game.

The report also reveals that on average players are putting in around 43 minutes of game time a day, which is a higher daily active usage rate than Instagram, Snapchat and WhatsApp.

In case you have questions about how to keep yourself safe, LawNewz.com will be holding a Facebook live to answer your questions about how to protect yourself while playing the game.

The Japanese company has said it plans to launch four more smartphone games by the end of March 2017. The huge influx of players in the first few days since the release of the game has overloaded the servers, keeping out a pretty huge crowd of people who are eager to jump right into the Pokemon world.

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